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Comprising  the  Lineage  of  Prominent  and  Pioneer  Canadians 

with  Descriptions  and  Illustrations  of  their  Coat 

Armor,  Orders  of  Knighthood,  or 

other  Official  Insignia. 




39  EAST  42nd  STREET 


Copyright,  1913 


Herbert  Qeorge  Todd 



T^HE  purpose  of  this  work  is  to  give  a  short  sketch  of  the  lineage 
*  of  prominent  persons  in  Canada  to-day,  with  notes  of  anything 
of  interest  or  importance  regarding  any  ancestor,  and  especially  to  record, 
briefly  but  permanently,  the  achievements  of  those  who,  having  served  their 
country  with  distinction,  have  passed  away,  but  whose  names  should  not  be 
dropped  or  their  deeds  forgotten,  as  is  necessarily  the  case  in  reference 
works  the  scope  of  which  is  limited  to  the  living. 

It  was  intended  at  first  to  confine  the  work  to  families  of  early  settlers; 
but  it  cannot  be  overlooked  that  Canada,  though  old  in  tradition,  is  yet,  in 
its  broad  expanse,  but  a  new  country,  whose  citizenship  is  constantly  being 
augmented  by  new  comers  from  the  older  stock  of  the  mother  lands.  The 
scope  of  the  work,  therefore,  will  include  those  who,  however  recent,  are 
intentionally  residents  in  Canada. 

The  work  will  portray  the  armorials  of  such  of  the  families  herein  em- 
braced as  have  coat-armour  and  are  accustomed  to  use  it,  for  the 
recognition  and  preservation  of  those  cognizances  borne  by  our  forefathers 
lend  to  enhance  the  interest  and  value  of  family  history. 

The  Heraldic  Addenda  contain  the  arms  of  notables  connected  with 
the  events  in  Acadia,  New  France,  and  the  two  Canadas.  Others  will  be 
added  in  subsequent  sections. 

The  Provincial  Armorials  are  in  accordance  with  the  designs  and 
official  descriptions  furnished  through  the  kindness  of  the  several  Secretaries 
of  the  Provinces. 

It  will  be  noticed  that  the  shield  armorials  of  the  Dominion  seem  com- 
plicated (although  composed  only  of  the  arms  of  the  first  four  provinces  to 
enter  Confederation),  yet  are  quite  bare  of  those  component  parts  which  go 
to  a  complete  achievement ;  i.  e.,  crest,  supporters,  and  motto.  It  is  to  be 
hoped  that  a  shield  will  soon  be  adopted  simpler  to  the  eye,  yet  more 
comprehensively  representative  and  having  its  proper  complements. 

The  Editor  is  very  much  indebted  to  the  advice  and  kind  co-operation 
of  the  author  of  "Ontarian  Families."— Mr.  EM.  Chadwick,  K.C.  of  Tor- 
onto— to  whose  judgment  and  learning,  especially  in  ecclesiastical  heraldry, 
the  writer  has  been  glad  to  defer. 

Herbert  George  Todd 


THOSE  who  may  be  interested  in  honouring 
their  forbears  by  recording  briefly  their  line- 
age and  acts,  or  who  thus  wish  to  preserve  family 
facts  for  a  generation  yet  too  young  to  appreciate 
such  matters,  are  invited  to  subscribe  without  delay. 
Additions  to  this  work  are  continually  in  preparation 
and  will  be  printed  and  forwarded  to  all  subscribers 
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subscribers'  paternal  or  maternal  arms  and  of  his 
vsnfe's  family,  will  be  given  if  furnished. 

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Aylesworlh.  Hon.  Sir  Allen  B.,  K.  C.  M.  G. 


Baker  of  Montreal 


Brymner  of  Montreal 


Buchanan  of  Montreal 


Cassels  of  Ottawa 


Chadwick  of  Toronto 


Cockshutt  of  Brantford 


Connaught  and  of  Strathearn,  H.  R.  H.,  Duke  of 


(  Anns  and  liaeage  published  by  his  special  permission  ) 

Durnford  of  Devonihire 


Fleming,  Sir  Sandford,  K.  C.  M.  G. 


Gibson  (  see  Cassels  ) 


Grant,  Sir  James  A.,  K.  C  M.  G. 


Hamilton,  Archbishop 


Hamilton  of  Hamwood,  Quebec 


Henderson  of  Montreal 


Heriot  of  Montreal 


Hopkins  of  Toronto  (  see  Rutherfurd  ) 


Innes  (see  Hopkins) 


Irving,  Sir  i^lmilius,  Kt. 


Irwin  of  Ottawa 


Jarvis  of  Toronto 


Kains  of  London  (Onl.) 


Kerr  of  Toronto 


Kirkpatrick,  Sir  George  Airey,  K.  C.  M.  G. 


Leckie  of  Vancouver 


Lewis,  Travers-,  of  Ottawa 


Lighthall,  Schuyler-,  of  Montreal 


Lisgar,  Baron 


Matheson,  Archbishop 


Monck,  Viscount 


Montizambert  of  Quebec 


Neilson  of  Neilsonville,  Quebec 


Otter,  Major  General  Sir  William  Dillon.  K.  C.  B..  C  V.  O. 


Paxton  (see  Henderson) 


Pellatt.  Sir  Henry  M.,  C.  V.  O. 


Powell  (see  Jarvis) 


Riddell  of  Toronto 


Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk  (see  also  Hopkins) 


Smith,  Pemberton  of  Montreal 


Sparks  of  Ottawa 


St.  John  of  Orillia 


Strathcona  and  Mount  Royal,  Baron 


Todd  of  Ottawa 

II.  23 

Vaux  of  Brockvll'e 


Woodruff  of  St.  Catharines 


Hrworlal  H^^en^a 


British  Columbia 

Cabot,  John  and  Sebastian 

Cadillac,  Antoine  de  la  Mothe,  founder  of  Detroit 

Canada,  Dominion  of 

Coutley,  Chevalier  Rene,  ancestor  of  the  Coutlee  family 

Frontenac,  Conte  de,  Governor  of  Canada 

Le  Moine,  Jean  Baptiste,  Sieur  de  Bienville, 

de  Lussault,  Lieut.  Gen.  Guast,  Acadia,  1603 


Montcalm,  Marquis  de 

New  Brunswick 

Nova  Scotia 



du  Quesne,  Marquis 

La  Salle,  Robert  Cavalier,  Sieur  de 


Vaudreuil,  Marquis  de 

Ventadour,  Due  de 

Wolfe,  Maj.  Gen.   James 
























*     See  Morgan's  "Canadian  Men  and  Women  of 

the  Time" 
t       "    Burke's  "Peerage,  Baronetage,  Knightage, 

and  Companionage" 
t       "    Chadwick's  "Ontarian  Families" 
§       "    Burke's  "General  Armory" 
Ho.— House 

U.  E.  L.~Unlted  Elmpire  Loyalist 
d.  v.  p.— died  vita  patris  ("before  his  father") 
d.  8.  p. — died  sine  prole  ("without  issue)" 


TRoyal  Crown 

QUARTERLY:  1st  and  4lh  gules,  three  lions  passant-guardant  in 
pale  or,  for  England;  2nd,  or,  a  lion  rampant  wilhin  a  double  tressure 
flory-counter-flory  gules,  for  Scotland;  3rd  azure,  a  harp  or  stringed  argent 
for  Ireland:  the  whole  encircled  with  the  garter  of  blue  with  gold 
border  bearing  the  motto  in  gold  "Honi  scit  qui  mal  y  pense."  Crest:  Upon 
the  royal  helmet,  the  royal  crown  proper  thereon  a  lion  statent-guardant  or, 
crowned  also  proper.  Supporters:  Dexter,  a  lion  guardant  or,  crowned 
as  in  the  crest;  sinister,  a  unicorn  argent  armed,  crined,  and  unguled  or,  gorged 
with  a  cornet  composed  of  crosses  patee  and  fleur-de-lis,  a  chain  affixed 
thereto,  passing  between  the  forelegs  and  reflected  over  the  back,  of  the 
last.     Motto  (below  the  shield):  "Dieu  et  mon  droit." 

Hrms  of  lb.  IR.  lb.  ^be  Duhe  of  Connaugbt  anb 
of  Stratbearn 

The  Royal  arms  differenced  by  a  label  of  three  points  argent  the 
center  point  charged  with  St.  George's  Cross,  the  remaining  points  each 
with  a  fleur-de-lis-azure.  In  the  center  of  the  arms  an  escutcheon  of  the 
arms  of  Saxony,  viz.,  barry  of  ten,  or  and  sable,  a  crown  of  rue  in  bend 
verted.  Crest:  The  Royal  crest,  excepting  that  the  crowns  are  replaced  by 
coronets  of  crosses  patee  and  fleur-de-lis;  a  label  as  in  the  arms.  Support- 
ers: The  Royal  supporters,  charged  with  labels,  and  the  lion  having  a 
coronet,  as  in  the  crest.  No  motto.  Surrounding  the  Arms,  the  Collar 
with  the  Garter  and  the  badge  pendant  therefrom. 

H.  R.  H.  The  DUKE  of  CONNAUGHTandof  STRATHEARN 


lb.  K  lb.  tbe  DuJ^e  of  Connaugbt  ant)  Stratbearn 

•    Duke    Connaught    and    of    Strathearn,    K.    G.,    K.    T.,    K.    P., 

G.  C.  B..  G.  C.  S.  I.,  G.  C.  M.  G..  G.  C.  I.  E..  G.  C.  V.  O..  etc 

Born  May  1 ,  1  850. 

Married  I  3  March,  1879,  H.  R.  H.  Princess  Louise  Margaret  Alexandra 

Victoria  Agnes  of  Prussia  born  ( 1 860)  and  has  issue: 

I.  H.  R.H.    Prince  Arthur  Frederick  Patrick  Albert.     Born  1883. 

1 .  H.  R.  H.  Princess  Margaret  Victoria  Augusta  Charlotte  Norah 
(born  1882).  Married  to  H.  R.  H.  Prince  Gustavus  Adolphus  of 

2.  H.  R.  H.  Princess  Victoria  Patricia  Helena  Elizabeth.  Born  1886. 


A  RTHUR  of  Connaught.  born  1850,  3rd  Son  of 
^    *■     Queen  Victoria  (and  Albert,  Prince  Consort),  daughter  of 
Edward,  Duke  of  Kent,  who  died  in  1 820  (and  Victoria  of  Saxe-Coburg), 

son  of 
George  III,  who  died  in  1 820  (and  Sophia  Charlotte  of  Mecklenburg),  son  of 



Fredrick  Lewis,  Prince  of  Wales,  who  died    in    1  75  I    (and   Augusta   of 

Saxe-Gotha),  son  of 
George  II,  who  died  in  I  760   (and  Wilhelmina  Caroline  of  Brandenburg- 

Anspach),  son  of 
George  I,  who  died  in  I  727  (and  Sophia  Dorothea  of  Zelle),  son  of 
Ernest  Augustus,  Elector  of  Hanover,  and  Sophia,    who  died    in    1714, 

daughter  of 
Fredrick  V,  King  of  Bohemia,  and  Elizabeth,  daughter  of 
James  I  of  England,  who  died  in  1 625  (and  Anne  of  Denmark),  son  of 
Mary,  Queen  of  Scots  (and  Henry  Stuart,  Lord  Darnley),  daughter  of 
James  V  of  Scotland  (and  Mary  of  Guise),  son  of 
James  IV  and  Margaret,  daughter  of 

Henry  VII  of  England,  who  died  in   I  509,  and  Elizabeth,  daughter  of 
Edward  IV  of  England,  who  died  in    1483    (and  Elizabeth  Wydeville), 

son  of 
Richard,  Duke  of  York  (and  Lady  Cicely  Nevill),  son  of 
Richard    Plantagenet,    Earl  of  Cambridge,    and    Lady  Ann    Mortimer, 

daughter  of 
Roger,  4th  Earl  on  March  (and  Lady  Alianore  Holland),  son  of 
Edmond,  3rd  Earl  of  March,  and  Lady  Philippa  Plantagenet,  daughter  of 
Lionel  of  Antwerp,  Duke  of  Clarence  (and  Lady  Elizabeth  of  Ulster),  son  of 
Edward    III   of  England,  who  died  in  1377  (and  Philippa  of  Hainault), 

son  of 
Edward  II,  who  died  in  I  327  (and  Isabel  of  France),  son  of 
Edward  I,  who  died  in  1  307    (»nd  Eleanor  of  Castile),  son  of 
Henry  III,  who  died  in  I  272  (and  Eleanor  of  Provence),  son  of 
John  of  England,  who  died  in  1216  (and  Isabel  of  Angouleme),  son  of 
Henry  II,  who  died  in  1  189  (and  Eleanor  of  Aquitaine),  son  of 
Queen  Maud  of  England  (and  Geoffrey  of  Anjou),  daughter  of 
Henry  I,  who  died  in  I  1  35  (and  Matilda  of  Scotland),  son  of 
William  I    (the  Conqueror,  who  died  in  1087)  and  Matilda  of  Flanders. 

Baron  Stratbcona  anD  fIDount  TRopal 

SIR  DONALD,  ALEXANDER  SMITH,  G.  C.  M.  G  ,  G.  C  V.  O.. 
F.  R.  S.  i .  Born  Forres,  Morayshire,  Scotland,  Aug.  6,  1 820. 
Son  of  Alexander  Smith  of  Archieston,  and  Barbara,  daughter  of  Donald 
Stuart  of  Leanchoil,  Scotland.  Came  to  Canada  1 838,  entering  the  Hud- 
son Bay's  Co.  as  a  cadet,  promoted  gradually  to  be  resident  governor  and 
Chief  Commissioner;  appointed  by  the  Dominion  Government  1 869  to 
investigate  the  Red  River  Insurrection;  received  thanks  of  Governor  Gene- 
ral in  Council;  M.  M.  P.,  Winnipeg,  1870;  M.  P.,  Selkirk,  1870;  M.  P., 
Montreal  West,  1887;  appointed,  1896,  High  Commissioner  for  Canada 


in  London.  Wai  considered  the  most  effective  promoter  of  the  C.  P.  R. 
Made  K.  C.  M.  G.  1886;  G.  C.  M.  G.  and  Member  of  Privy  Council 
1896.  Raised  to  Peerage  with  above  title  1897;  G.  C.  V.  C.  and 
F.  R.  S.  1 908;  Knight  of  Grace  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem,  in  England,  1910, 
for  loyalty,  especially  for  his  equipment  and  maintenance  of  the  "Strathcona 
Horse"  in  the  Boer  War;  Vice-President  Bank  of  Montreal,  1882;  Pres- 
ident 1687;  Honorary  Lt.  Col.  Victoria  Rifles,  Montreal;  Honorary  Col. 
8th.  V.  B.  King's  Liverpool  Reg.,  1 5th  Light  Horse,  and  79th.  High- 
landers; received  freedom  of  the  cities  of  Aberdeen,  Edinburgh,  Bristol,  and 
Bath.  Was  host  of  Prince  and  Princess  of  Wales,  Montreal,  1901; 
Canadian  representative  at  funeral  of  Edward  VII  and  at  Coronation  of 
George  V.  Author  of  "Western  Canada  before  and  since  Confederation" 
( 1 897);  "The  History  of  the  Hudson's  Bay  Co."(  1899).  Received  hon- 
orary degrees  from  Cambridge,  Yale,  Aberdeen,  Laval,  Toronto,  Queens, 
Ottawa,  Durham,  and  St.  Andrews. 

Married  Isabella  Sophia,  daughter  of  Richard  Hardisty  of  the  H.  B. 
C.  and  has  issue: 

Margaret  Charlotte,  heir  presumptive  to  the  barony,  married  Robert 
Jared  Bliss  Howard,  M.  D.,  of  London,  England. 

Societies:  Royal   Colonial   Institute;  Montreal  Nat.  Hist.  Soc.  Brit. 


TODD      OF      OTTAWA 

zrot)t)  of  ©ttawa 

•-pODD.  ALPHEUS.  C.  M.  C;  L.  L.  D.  (1)  (deceased), 
■*•  Librarian  of  Parliamentary  Library,  Ottawa.  Born  in  London, 
England,  30  July,  182L  Came  to  Canada  with  parents  when  eleven 
years  old.  In  1 834  at  the  age  of  thirteen  he  drew  and  published  the  first 
map  of  Toronto,  then  York.  When  fifteen  years  of  age  (1 836)  he  entered 
the  public  service  as  Assistant  to  the  Librarian  of  the  Upper  Canada  Legis- 
lature at  Toronto.  Promoted  to  the  full  charge  of  the  Parliamentary  Lib- 
rary in  1856.  Made  Honorary  Doctor  of  Laws  by  Queen's  University 
1 88 1 ,  and  the  same  year  C.  M.  G.  Author  of  the  following  works : 
"Practice  and  Privileges  of  the  Two  Houses  of  Parliament"  (1840), 
"Parliamentary  Government  in  England"  (1866-9),  "Parliamentary 
Government  in  the  Colonies"  (1880).  As  a  Constitutional  authority, 
acknowledged  throughout  the  British  Empire,  covering  a  long  period  of 
his  life,  and  up  to  the  time  of  his  death,  he  was  much  consulted  in  and 
outside  of  Canada  by  Governors  and  Ministers,  for  his  opinion  on  legislative 
difficulties,  as  they  arose,  in  the  different  Colonie*.  To  this  fact  the  Par- 
liamentary papers  of  Australasia  amply  testify. 

Married  Orillia,  Ontario,  1845,  Sarah  Ann,  2nd  daughter  and  co-heii' 
of   Capt.    St.    Andrew   St.  John  (q.  v.),  of  his  Majesty's  4th    and    9th 


TODD      OF      OTTAWA 

Fool  (and  great  grandson  of  John,  Tenth  Baron   St.  John   of  Bletshoe 
in  the  Peerage  of  England).     Died  in  Ottawa  1 884  and  left  issue : 

1.  Philip   (1850-99),  bom,  Toronto,   wine  merchant,  married,  Seaforth, 

Ont.,  June  1 ,  1  88 1 ,  Roiamond,  daughter  of  Dr.  Hiram  and  Harriet 
Marie  (Smyth)  Lee  of  London,  Ont.     Died  1 899.     Issue : 

1 .  Harriet  Eleanor  Marguerite,  bom  1 883. 

2.  Alpheus  Beauchamp,  born  1 886. 

2.  Alfred  Hamlyn  (q.  v.). 

3.  Maude    St.    John,   bom,  Quebec,    1854,  married,  Toronto,    1888, 

John  Frederick  Hill,  commercial  traveler  (of  Mexico,  Mo.),  son  of  John 
and  Eleanor  (Buckner)  Hill  of  London,  England.     Issue: 
Eleanor  Maude,  born  1 890. 

4.  Ernest  William,  bom,  Toronto,    1858,  R.  N.  W.   Mounted   Police; 

Later  Agent  B.  &  O.  R.  R.,  Baltimore,  Md.  Married,  Auburn, 
New  York,  1 899,  Lillian,  daughter  of  WilKam  Edwm  Kemp,  of 
Colborne,  Ont.     Issue: 

1 .  Alpheus  Cameron,  bom  1 899. 

2.  Maude  St.  John,  born  1900. 

3.  Herbert  George,  born,  Quebec,  1863,  Mechanical  engineer,  Buenos 
Ayres  &  Rosario  R.  R.,  Campana,  Argentine  Republic ;  Railroad 
Agent  N.  Y.  C.  R.  R.  and  Artist,  Yonkers,  New  York.  Married, 
Campana,  May  24th,  1891,  Marcella  Marguerita,  daughter  of 
Michael  and  Winnifred  (Mannion)  Murtagh  of  Giles,  Prov.  de 
Buenos  Ayres.     Issue : 

Juanita  Guellermina,  born  April  4th,  1 892. 


Samuel  Todd  (1 732- 1 820),  married  (Stepney,  Londori,  England)  Mary  Randall  of 
Shorditch,  London;  died  Stepney.     Issue : 

1.  Robert  (had  two  daughters,  one  son,  all  died  unmarried). 

2.  Henry  Alpheus  Randall  Cook  (below). 

3.  William,  died  Toronto,  leaving  several  children. 

Henry  Alpheus  Randall  Cook  (1762-1861)  (Oxon)  Book-dealer  and  amateur  artist  of 
ability,  married  Mary  Ann  (daughter  of  William  Pointz  Patrick  [vide  Patrick]  and 
Mary  Randall  of  Needham  Market,  Suffolk).  Came  to  Canada  1832;  author 
"Notes  upon  Canada  and  the  United  States"  (1840).     Died  Toronto.     Issue: 

1.  Alfred,  born  Halstead.  Essex,  1819  (q.  v.). 

2.  Alpheus  (as  above). 

Anns :  Sable,  two  bars  wavy  between  three  martlets  or :  on  a  shield  of  pretence,  argent, 
on  a  chief  gules,  two  mullets  or,  (for  St.  John).  Crest:  A  wolf's  head  or,  collared 
flory-counter-flory  gules.  Pendent  from  the  escutcheon,  the  badge  of  a  Companion 
of  the  Most  Distinguished  Order  of  St.  Michael  and  St.  George. 


GRANT      OF      OTTAWA 

6rant  of  Ottavpa. 

SIR  JAMES  ALEXANDER  GRANT,  K.  C.  M.  G  (  *  t  ). 
M.  D.  McGai  1 854 ;  F.  R.  C.  S.,  Edinburgh.  1 860;  M.  R.  C  S.,  Lon- 
don  1860;  F.  R.  C.  p.,  London  1873;  fifteen  years  in  Parliament  for 
Russel  county  and  for  Ottawa;  in  1  872  introduced  a  bill  to  construct  the 
Canadian  Pacific  Ry.;  President  and  Chief  of  Staff  of  the  General  Hosp- 
ital for  twenty-five  years;  Physician  to  the  Governors-General  of  Canada 
since  1865;  Ex- President  Ontario  Medical  Council;  President  Literary  and 
Scientific  Soc;  President  Ottawa  Art  Assn.;  Vice-President  International 
Medical  Congress,  Washington,  D.  C.;Hon.  President  Public  Health  Assn. 
of  Canada;  Hon.  President  University  of  Edinburgh  Club  of  North  America; 
Hon.  Member  American  Academy  of  Medicine;  Hon.  Member  British 
Medical  Assn ;  holds  Medal  from  "del  Benemeriti  Italiani"  of  Palermo ; 
member,  Legion  of  Honor  of  Italy,  1887;  Knighted    1887. 

Sir  James  was  born  Aug.  11,  1 83 1 ,  Inverness,  Scotland ;  married 
Ottawa,  1856,  Maria  (daughter  of  Edward  Malloch,  M.  P.  for  Carleton, 
merchant  of  Richmond,  Ont.,  and  Margaret  Hill).     Issue: 

1 .  Lt.  Col.  James  Alexander,  M.  D.,  P.  M.  O.,  of   Toronto. 

2.  Henry  Young,  M.  D.,  of  Niagara  Falls,  Ont. 

3.  Jessie,  married  George  R.  Major,  of  Niagara  Falls,  Ont 


VISCOUNT     M  O  N  C  K 

4.  Mary  Louise,  mairied  James  Arthur  Cochrane  of  Hillhurst. 
P.Q.     She  died  1890. 

5.  Edward  Cruickshanks,  lumber  merchant. 

6.  William  Wright,  electrical  engineer. 

7.  Gwenn. 

8.  Harriot. 

Club:  Rideau.     Residence:  The  Roxburg,  Laurier  Ave.,  Ottawa. 


Junes  Grant,    born  at  and  resident  of   Corrimony  Co.,  Inverness,  Scotland,   a   barrister  ; 

was  awarded  in  1819  a  prize  by  the  Highland  Society  of  all  Scotland,  for  the  be*t 

history  of  the  Gaelic  language,  and   other  historical  papers;  his  son 
James  (1820-82},  born  Inverness,  a  physician  of  Edinburgh,  married  Jane  Ogiivy  of  Inver- 

ness;  issue:  three  sons  and  six  daughters;  of  these  sons,  James  Alexander  (above)  is 

Arms:  Gules  three  antique  crowiu   or,   within  a  bordura  cheeky   of  the  second  and  first. 

Crest:  A  demi-savage  proper.     Motto:  "I'll  stand  sure."    The  shield  is  surrounded 

by  the  circlet   with  pendant  badge  of  the  Most  Distinguished  Order  of  St.  Michae 

and  St.  George. 

IDiscount  flDoncft. 

nPHE  appointment  of  Lord  Monck  in  1 86 1  to  the  office  of  Captam 
*•  General  and  Governor  in  Chief  of  Canada  was  not  favorably  received 
by  the  Canadian  press  at  the  time,  on  the  ground  that  he  "was  an  inex- 
perienced and  unknown  man,  utterly  unpracticed  in  any  kind  of  statesmanlike 
work"  to  guide  the  Ship  of  State  at  the  critical  period  of  approaching  Con- 


C  H  A  D  W  I  C  K      OF      TORONTO 

federation.  He  was  not  long  in  office,  however,  when  stirring  events  proved 
that  he  possessed  all  the  ability  necessary  to  meet  the  occasion.  First  came 
•The  Trent  affair,"  1 862,  that  raised  bad  blood  in  the  country,  and  re- 
quired wise  and  tactful  administration.  Then  in  1 864  a  Ministerial  crisis 
was  brought  about  through  parties  being  too  evenly  balanced  in  the  House 
and  the  Government  was  defeated  by  two  on  a  measure  of  vital  importance 
to  the  country.  On  petition  of  the  Ministry  for  dissolution.  His  Excellency, 
while  expressing  his  willingness  to  abide  by  the  advice  of  his  ministers,  set 
forth,  in  an  able  memorandum,  the  dilficulties  of  the  situation  and  advised  a 
course  that  would  avoid  appealing  to  the  electorate,  where  there  seemed, 
through  the  excited  condition  of  the  country,  but  litde  chance  of  a  satisfac- 
tory result.  The  wisdom  of  this  advice  the  Ministry  acknowledged  and 
followed.  Under  his  regime  the  plan  of  Confederation  was  worked  out 
and  accomplished  in  1 867,  he  becoming  first  Governor  General;  he  relin- 
quished office  in  1868.  (A.  Hamlyn  Todd.) 

Arm*:  Gules,  a  chevron  between  three  Viom'  heads,  erased  argent.  Creit:  A  wyvem, 
wings,  addorsed.  table.  Supporters:  Dexter,  a  wyvern  wings  addorted,  argent 
langued  gules,  holding  over  the  dexter  thoulder  a  laurel  branch  fructed  proper;  sinis- 
ter, a  lion  argent  langued  gules  holding  over  the  sinister  shoulder  a  laurel  branch 
fructed  proper.  Motto:  "Fortiter,  fidelitcr,  feliciter."  Over  the  shield  the  coronet  of 
a  viscount  and,  surrounding  the  shield,  the  collar,  and  circlet,  with  pendant 
badge  of  a  Knight   Grand  Cross  of  St.  Michael  and  St.  George. 

(lbat>vplck  of  tToronto* 


C  H  A  D  W  I  C  K      OF      TORONTO 

EDWARD  MARION  CHADWICK  (  *  t  ),  of  Toronto;  Barrister 
at  law  (since  1 863),  K.  C;  Major  retired  from  2nd  Regt.  the 
Queen's  Own  Rifles;  Lay  Canon  and  Treasurer  of  St  Albans'  Cathedral, 
Toronto;  an  Honorary  Chief  of  the  Six  Nations  Indians,  having  been  adopt- 
ed by  Chiefs  in  Council  into  the  Anowara,  or  Turtle  Clan  of  the  Mohawk 
Nation,  by  the  name  of  Shagotyohgwisaks.  Born  22  Sept.,  1 840,  third 
son  of  John  Craven  Chad  wick,  who  came  to  Canada  in  1837  and  settled 
in  the  Township  of  Ancaster,  afterwards  Guelph,  and  his  wife  Louisa, 
daughter  of  Jonathan  Bell  (see  Foster's  Royal  Descents),  who  was  fourth 
son  of  John  Craven  Chadwick  of  Ballinard,  Tipperary,  Ireland.  Is  member  of 
the  Convention  International  d'Heraldique (European  Continental),  and  of  the 
Society  of  Genealogists  of  London,  England.  Author  of  "Ontarian  Families." 

Married  (firstly)  28  June,  1 864,  Ellen  Byrne,  daughter  of  James 
Beatty  of  Toronto,  who  died  1 0  Feb.,  1 865;  married  (secondly)  20  Feb., 
1 868,  Maria  Martha,  daughter  of  Alexander  Fisher,  and  has  had  issue.  See 
following  article. 

Residence:  "Lanmar,"  107  Howland  Ave.,  Toronto. 

Anns :  Per  pale  gulei  and  sable;  within  an  orle  of  eight  martlets  argent  an  isescutcheon  of 
the  tame  charged  with  a  cross  gules,  in  the  first  qoarter  a  crescent  sable:  with  an 
escutcheon  of  pretence  (for  Fisher)  azure,  three  fishes  argent  naiant  in  pale,  on  a 
chief  or  a  kingfisher  proper  between  two  fraises  gules.  Crest:  A  white  martlet  bearing 
in  his  bill  a  white  lily  stemmed  and  leaved  proper  borne  fesseways  the  flowers  to 
tho  sinister.     Mottoes:  Above.  "In  candore  decus;"  beneath.  "Toujouis  pret." 



The  sons  and  daughters  of  the  foregoing  are: 

1.  William   Craven   Vaux  Chadwick,    of  Toronto,  architect;  Lieut.  Col. 

commanding  9th  Mississauga  Horse,  Active  Militia  of  Canada.  Born, 
6  Dec,  1 868,  married  Jessie  Dorothea,  daughter  of  Robert  Murray, 
merchant  in  New  York  (descendant  of  an  officer  of  the  Garrison  of 
Londonderry,  Ireland,  during  the  seige  in  1 688),  had  issue  Patricia 
Katherine,  who  died  in  infancy. 

2.  Edward  Alister  Eade,  of  the  Imperial  Bank,  Toronto.     Bom  13  Feb., 

1871,  manied  Florence  Edith,  daughter  of  Capt.  Thomas  Campbell 
Kemp,  and  has  issue: 

1 .  Edward  Norman  Loud. 

2.  Austin  Ralph. 

3.  Florence    Marion  (by  official  registration  in  Montreal  John 


3.  George  D'Arcy  Austin,  of  the  Manufacturers*  Life  Insurance  Co.  Artist; 

bom  22  Feb.,  1 880,  married  Bessie  Carlisle,  daughter  of  Capt.  John 
Edward  Mac  Corqudale. 

4.  Richard  Ellard  Garden,  of  Montreal,  Civil    Elngineer.     Bom,  Feb.  1 6, 


5.  Bryan  Damer  Seymour,  of  Toronto,  architect;  bora  24  June,    1888. 

1 .  Farmy  Marion,  married  to  James   Grayson   Smith,  of  Toronto,  barrister 

at  law,  and  died,  leavmg  issue : 
Hugh  Henderson  Grayson  Smith. 

2.  Louisa  Mary  Caroline. 

Anns:  Quarterly:  I  and  4  (tame  as  above,  without  escutcheon  of  pretence).  2  and  3 
(same  as  above,  escutcheon  of  pretence).  Crest:  (same  as  above)  with  motto, 
"In  candore  decus."  2.  A  lion  rampant  azure,  holding  a  maple  leaf  gule*  with 
motto,  "Hope  wins  success."  Mott»,  beneath.  "Toujours  pret." 

Cocksbutt  of  Brantfor^ 

WILLIAM  FOSTER  COCKSHUTT  (  '  ),  M.  P.,  bom  Brantford 
Ont.,  17  Oct.,  1855.  Member  for  Brantford  1904-8,  and 
1911;  merchant;  manufacturer;  Ex-president,  Cockshutt  Plow  Co.,  Mem- 
ber Electric  Power  Commission  of  Ontario;  six  times  delegate  to  the 
Chamber  of  Commerce  of  the  Empire;  fifteen  years  member  Council  of 
Toronto  Board  of  Trade,  on  directorate  of  several  companies.  Chairman, 
Laycock  Orphanage;  Member  Executive  Synod  of  Huron,  and  of  General 



He  married  Brantford,  April  8,  1 89 1 ,  Minnie  Turner,  daughter  of  the 
Rev.  Robert  Ashton  (and  Alice  Turner  of  London,  Elngland),  principal  of 
the  Mohawk  Institute  of  Brantford.     Issue: 

1.  William  Ashton,  born  July   28,  1892. 

2.  George  Turner,  born  Feb.  1  7,  1 894. 

3.  Eric  Morton,  born  Jan.  23,  1896. 

4.  Maude  Leslie,  born  July  4,  1 898. 

5.  Clarence  Foster,  bom  July  1 6,  190L 

6.  Phyllis  Ashton,  bom  June  7,  1 903. 

Residences:  Brantford,  Ont.     Lake  of   Bays  (Muskoka,  Ont). 

Clubs:  Brantford   Club;    Country   Club;   Dufferia  Rifle  Mess;  National. 


Elclmuncl  Cockshutt,  a  wealthy  manufacturer  and  feu-m-owner  of  Worsaw  Hill,  Clitheroe, 
Lancashire,  had  a  grandson 

James  Cock$hutt,  a  manufacturer  of  Bradford  York,  and  Colne  Lane,  (firm  of  J.  &  J. 
Cockshutt).  Married,  1810,  Mary  Nightingale,  a  cousin  of  the  celebrated  Florence 
Nightingale  and  daughter-in-law  of  Benjamin  Ingham,  founder  of  that  sect.  Came 
to  Canada  1827  in  bark  "Lady  Digby"  for  Quebec;  thence  by  stage  to  York,  U.  C. 
Elstablished  business  there  and  later  at  Brantford  [subsequently  the  I.  &  J.  Cock- 
shutt Co.].  In  1 840  re- visited  England  to  pay  off  all  business  debts  contracted  through 
his  failuie  in  the  cotton  famine,  previous  to  emigrating.    Died  Toronto  1866.  Issue: 



1 .  Jane,  married  Alfred  Laycock  of  Blenheim,  Ont. 

2.  Ignatius,    born  Bradford,   York,  1812,  a   gentleman  of  sterling  worth    and  integrity;  a 

pioneer,  manufacturer,  promoter,  and  philanthropist,  known  in  later  year*  as  "the 
grand  old  man  of  Brantf ord,"  connected  with  the  following  enterprises :  The  Grand 
River  Nav.  Co.;  Director  of  the  Buffalo,  Goderich  &  Lake  Huron  R.  R.  (first 
railway  through  Brantford  );  President  of  the  B.  Gas  Co.,  The  B.  Water  Works, 
the  Craven  Cotton  Co. ;  Vice-President  of  the  Cockshutt  Plow  Co.  Built  the 
B.  Orphans'  Home.  He  married  (firstly)  Montreal,  1846,  Margaret,  daughter  of 
Alexander  Gemmel  (of  Paisley,  Scotland,  and  of  Montreal).  She  died  1847, 
leaving  issue : 

Mary  M.,  married  to  George  Kippan  of  Brantford. 
Married  (secondly)  1850,  Elizabeth  (daughter  of    Francis  Foster  of  Subden,  Lane).    She 
died  1891.     He  died  Brantford  1901.    Issue: 

1.  James,  born  1832. 

2.  Charles. 

3.  William  Foster  (u  above). 

4.  Frank. 

5.  Alice  (died  young). 

6.  Edward  L. 

7.  Elizabeth,  married  George  Drummond,  of  MontreaL 

8.  Helen  R. 

9.  Henry  (president  of  the  Cockshutt  Plow  Co.). 

Arms:  Gules  guttee  argent  on  a  chief  or  a  griffin  passamt  sable.    Crest:  A  demi-griffin  table. 

Bucbanan  of  HDontreaL 

**•  born  Montreal,  4th  Nov.,  1 870,  Advocate  and  King's  Counsel; 
author  of  "The  Buchanan  Book." 



Married,  Stoke  Poges,  Bucks,  England,  June  2,  1 897,  Berthe  Louise, 
daughter  of  Willizun  Quirin,  merchant  of  Boston,  Mass.  (and  Isabelle  Mer- 
cer).    Issue: 

1 .  Erskine  Brock  Quirin,  bom  1 898. 

2.  Audrey  Isabel  Patricia,  born  1 900. 

Clubs:  St.  James,  Montreal  Hunt,  Royal  Montreal  Golf.  Societies:  The 
Buchanan,  The  Champlain.  Residence :  73 1  Pine  Ave.  West, 


Alexander  Buchanan  (1706-1810),  born  near  Fintona,  resident  or  Ednasop  or  Mill- 
town  Co.,  TjTone,  Ireland,  died  Ednasop  (descended  from  William  Buchanan,  the 
last  Laird  of  Blairvockie,  who  sold  that  estate  about  1 695  and  went  to  Ireland  j;  his  son 

Dr.  John  Buchanan  (1769-1815),  born  Eccles  Green,  near  Fintona,  Army  Surgeon 
H.  M.  49th.  Foot;  married  (firstly)  Lucy  Richardson,  who  died  1803.     Issue: 

1.  Alexander  (below). 

2.  John  (1800-37),  married  Catherine  Grant. 

3.  Jane  Mary  (1801-72).  married  William  Hall. 

Married  (secondly)  Ursule  (daughter  of  Hon.  Joseph  Francois  Renault  of  Quebec),  died 
Quebec.     His  son 

Alexander  Buchanan  (1798.1851),  Q.  C,  born  Gosport,  England.  Admitted  to  Bar  of 
Lower  Canada  1819;  Kings  Counsel  1835;  Commissioner  for  L.  C.  in  settlement  of 
boundaries  between  the  Canadas ;  Judge  of  the  Court  of  Requests  1 839 ;  Oown 
Prosecutor,  1840-5;  Member  of  Council,  Montreal  Bar  1851.  (For  fuller  infor- 
mation see  the  Buchanan  Book.)  Married  Mary  Ann,  daughter  of  James  Buchanan 
( 1 772- 1 85 1 ) ;  British  Consul  at  New  York  1 8 1 6-43  ;  died  Montreal.     Issue : 

1.  George  Carlo  Vidua  (1825-1901),   Judge  of   the  Superior  Comt  of  the 

District  of  Bedford.     Married  Abbie  Louisa  Snow.     (Issue.) 

2.  Elizabeth  Jane  (1827-97),    married  Lt.   Col.  George   Blicke  Champion 

de  Qespigny,  son  of  Charles  Fox  de  Crespigny  of    Uxbridge,  Mid- 
dlesex.    (Issue.) 

3.  Wentworth   James    (1828-1905),  married    Agatha,  daughter  of  Major 

Arnold  R.  Burrowes,  3rd  Foot  Guards,   and  later  of  Woodstock 
U.  C.     (Issue.) 

4.  William  Robert  (1830-1902),  married  (firstly)  Miss  Muslewhite,  married 

(secondly)  Emma  Brickwood,    (Issue.) 

5.  Alexander  Brock  (below). 

6.  Margaret  Lucy   (1834-7). 

7.  Frederick  Albert  (1836-42). 

8.  Mary  Alexandrina  (184! -died  young). 

9.  Mary  (1842-1901),    married  Rev.  R.  Mainwaring   Williams  of    Ham- 

hill  Rectory,  Cirencester,  Gloucestershire.     (Issue.) 
Alexander  Brock  Buchanan  (above),  born  Montreal  1832;  banker;  married  Elizabeth  Ann, 
daughter  of  Francis  Best  of  Montreal.     Issue: 

1.  George  Reid  (1858-61). 

2.  Alexander,  born    1861,  married  Anne  Mary,  daughter  of  Hou.   James 

O'Brien  of  Montreal. 

3.  Robert  Charles,  born  1867,  married  Mary  Jane,  daughter  of  William  Mc- 

Limont  of  Quebec.      (Issue.) 

4.  Arthur  William  Patrick  (as  above). 

5.  Albert  Edward  Clarence  (twin),  bom  1870. 



1.  Elizabeth  Emily  (1859-80). 

2.  Frances  (Lily),  married  Arthur  H.  Buchanan  of  Spokane,  Wuh. 

3.  Ethel  (Cherry)  (1865-98). 

4.  Gwendoline  (1877-96). 

Arms :  Or,  a  h'on  rampant  sable  within  a  double  tressure.  flory-counter-flory  gules.  Crest: 
A  hand  holding  up  a  ducal  cap,  purple,  lined  ermine,  tufted  on  the  top  with  a  rose 
gules,  within  two  branches  of  laurel  disposed  orleways  proper.  Motto:  "Juve 

Caadcld  of  (Ottawa* 

WALTER  GIBSON  PRINGLE  CASSELS  {*%),  bom  Quebec. 
1 4  August,   1 845  ;  Judge  of  the  Elxchequer  Court  of  Canada, 
appointed  2  March.  1908;  Q.  C,  1883. 

Married  Quebec,  Sept.  24,  1873,  Susan,  daughter  of  Robert  Hamil- 
ton of  Hamwood,  Quebec  (see  Hamilton  of  Hamwood),  and  Isabella 
Thomson.     Issue: 

1.  Isabel  Hamilton  (1875-86). 

2.  Robert  Cecil  Hamilton,  born  August  2,  1 876,  married,  Oct.  25,  1905, 

Mollie  Waldie,  daughter  of  John  Waldie  of  Toronto.     (Issue.) 

3.  Mary  Kathleen  Hamilton,  born  April  5,  1878;   married,  Toronto,  Feb. 

22,  1905,  Harry  Duncan  Lockart  Gordon,  of  Toronto.     (Issue.) 

4.  Harriet  Frances  Hamilton,  born  Jan.  1 ,  1 880. 



5.  George  Hamilton,  born  July    I  7,  1 882,    married,  Toronto,   Sept.  30, 

1909,  Cecil  Vivian  Kerr,  daughter  of  Hon.  James   Kirkpatrick  Kerr 
(q.  V.)  of  Toronto. 

6.  Susie  Hamilton,  born  Jan.    1 9,  1 884. 

7.  Walter  Craigie  Hampton  (1887-92). 

8.  Jessie  Hamilton,  born  May  15,1 890. 

Clubs:  Toronto,  and  Toronto  Golf;  Rideau,  and  Country  Club  (Ottawa); 
Halifax  Club. 

Residence:  21  Blackburn  Ave.,  Ottawa. 


Walter  Gibson  Pringle  Cassels  (as  above),  son  of 

Major  Robert  Cassels  (1815-82),  born  Leith.  Scotland;  bank  manager,  Evesham, 
Worcestershire;  came  to  Canada  1837;  manager  British  Bank  of  North  America, 
Quebec,  1841;  Montreal,  1855;  President  St.  Andrews  Soc,  Quebec  and  Toronto; 
President  St.  James  Club,  Montreal ;  Director  G.  T.  R.;  Trustee  Queen's  College, 
Kingston;  Major,  Montreal  Volunteer  Artillery;  married  1838,  Halifax,  Mary 
Gibbens  (daughter  of  tion.  Jas.  Mac  Nab,  Receiver  General  of  Nova  Scotia) ; 
his  father 

Walter  Gibson  Cassels  (1777-1868),  born  Leith;  inherited  estate  of  his  maternal  grandfather 
Walter  Gibson  (see  below);  Manager  National  Bank  of  Scotland;  a  noted  author  on 
currency  questions;  consulted  by  Parliament;  Chief  Magistrate,  Leith  1813;  mar- 
ried, Janet  (daughter  of  John  Scugall,  merchant  of  Leith) ;  died  a  strong  Christian; 
his  father 

Andrew  Cassels  (1731-1814),  born  Barrowstowness  (Bo'ness),  Chief  Magistrate,  Leith 
1800;  a  wealthy  shipowner  and  merchant;  a  religious,  amiable  and  hospitable  man; 
married  (firstly)  Margaret,  daughter  of  John  Ritchie  (seven  generations  of  John 
Ritchies  were  born  and  died  in  the  same  house  at  Bo'ness);  married  (secondly) 
Anne  (daughter  of  Walter  Gibson  of  Greenknowe,  Stirlingshire,  whose  Saxon  lineage 
see  below);  she  was  mother  of  Walter  Gibson  Cassels  (above):  Andrew  was  son  of 

James  Cassels  ( 1696-1760),  born  Bo'ness;  merchant  shipowner;  James  was  son  of 

Andrew  Cassillis,  born  Bo'ness  1668;  merchant  shipowner,  and  Chief  Magistrate;  he  mar- 
ried Hannah  (daughter  of  John  Gib  of  Bo'ness);  his  father 

James  Cassillis,  born  1624;  a  wealthy  shipowner  of  Bo'ness;  married  Euphemia  Cassillis. 

Arms  (Registered  Lyon  office  1864)  :  Argent,  a  chevron  gules  between  two  cross  cross- 
lets  fitchee  in  chief,  and  a  key  fesseways  ward  downwards  in  base  sable.  Crest:  A 
dolphin  naiant  or.    Motto,  above  the  crest:  "Avise  la  fin." 



Walter  Gibson  (1717-1800),  Laird  of  Greenknowe,  Stirlingshire.  Scotland,  son  of 
Dr.  John  Gibson  (1 666- 1765) and  Catherine  Home,  daughter  of 
George  Home,  4th  Laird  of  Bassendean  (and  Catherine  Pringle);  son  of 
Alexander  Home,  3rd  Laird  (and  Sibella  Brown);  son  of 
George  Home,  2nd  Laird  (and  Jean  Seaton);  son  of 
William  Home,  1st  Laird  (and  Mariotte  Pringle);  3rd  son  of 

Sir  John  Home,  of  Coldingknows  (and  Margaret,  daughter  of  Sir  Andrew  Kerr  of  Gen* 
ford,  ancestor  of  the  Duke  of  Roxburghe):  son  of 


TODD      OF      OTTAWA 

Mongo  Home,  of  Coldingknowt  (and  Ellizabeth,  daughter  of  Jame*.  Earl  of  Buchanan,  de- 
scendant of  King  Edward  III);  son  of 

John  Home,  of  Whitrigs  and  Ersilton,  ambassador  to  England  1491;    2nd  son  of 

Alexander,  1st  Lord  Home  (creation  14931;  son  of 

Sir  Thomas  Home  (and  Nicola  Pepdie,  heiresss  of  Dunglassj;  son  of 

Sir  John  Home;  son  of 

Roger  Home;  son  of 

Galfiidus  Home;  son  of 

William,  first  to  use  the  surname  "Home;"  ton  of 

William  by  his  2nd  wife  Ada,  daughter  of  Patrick,  Earl  of  Dimbar  and  March  (a  (le< 
tcendant  of  King  William  the  Lyon);  son  of 

William,  of  Greenlaw;  2nd  son  of 

Gospatrick,  3rd  Earl  of  Dunbar  and  March;  son  of 

Gospatrick,  2nd  Earl  of  Dunbar  and  March;  son  of 

Gospatrick,  1st  Earl  of  Dunbar  and  March;  son  of 

Gospatrick,  a  Saxon  nobleman,  and  Agablia,  who  was  daughter  of  Uthred,  a  Saxon 
Prince  of  Northumberland  (and  Princess  Elgiva,  daughter  of  King  Ethelred  II  of 
England];  son  of 

King  Edgar  (and  Elfrida);  son  of 

King  Edmund  I;  son  of 

King  Edward  I;  son  of 

King  Alfred,  the  Great. 

z^o^^  of  Ottawa* 

ALFRED  HAMLYN  TODD  (  •).  born  Toronto.  25  Oct..  1851. 
son  of  ALPHEUS  TODD  (q.  v.)  of  Ottawa,  Ont.     Entered  the 
Civil  Service  1 869  as  clerk,  Library  of  Parliament,  Ottawa.     Is  now  Chief 


B  RY  M  N  E  R      OF     MONTREAL 

Clerk.  Served  In  all  ranks  of  the  Militia  of  Canada  from  cadet  ( 1 866) 
to  Lieut.-Col.  Governor  General's  Foot  Guards;  resigned  1 892.  Holds 
III.  class  Military  School  Certificate,  Halifax  1874;  Member  Wimbledon 
teams  1879  and  1880,  Adjutant  Bisley  team  1890;  Commanded  Ottawa 
Contingent  Northwest  Rebellion  1885  (medal);  V.  O.  Service  Decora- 
tion. Edited  2nd  editions  "Todd's  Parliamentary  Government  'n  England" 
(1887);  "Parliamentary  Government  in  the  Colonies"  (1894). 

Married  Ottawa  1884,  Amelia  Annie,  daughter  of  John  Bell  Gordon, 
of  Goderich,  Ont.,  and  Elizabeth  Amelia  MacDonald.     Issue: 

1 .  Cyril  Gordon,  born  1 6  July,  1 885  ;  died  young. 

2.  Mona   Gertrude,   bom  16  Jan.,    1887;   married,    7th.    Sept.,    1904, 

Herbert     Edward      (son    of    William     Flewker      and      Ellizabeth 
Geldart  of  Bedford,  Eng.)     Issue : 

1.  Aline  (died  infaat). 

2.  Dorothea  Leslie. 

3.  Ambrose  St.  John,  born   1  si.  May,  1 889,  died  young. 

4.  Basil  Gordon,  born  7th.  Oct.,  1 890. 

5.  Edith  St.  John,  born  5th.  Nov.,  1894. 

6.  Oswald  Gordon,  born  1  7th.  Sept.,  1 896. 

7.  Keith  Hamlyn,  born  5th.  Nov.,  1 898. 

8.  Gwytha  Beryl,  born  25th.  Feb..  1904. 

Residence :    1 3  Kent  St,  Ottawa.     Club :  Rivermead  Golf. 

Arms: — Quarterly:  1st.  and  4th.  Sable,  two  bars  wavy  between  three  martlets  or,  (for 
Todd):  2nd.  and  3td,  argent,  on  a  chief  gules,  two  mullets  or,  (for  St-  John) 
Crest:  A  wolf's  head  or,  collared  flory-counter-flory  gulet.  Motto:  "Duris  noo 

Br^mner  of  flDontreal 

WrlLLIAM  BRYMNER  (*),  P.  R.  C.  A.,  born. Greenock, Scotland, 
'  '  1 4th.  Dec,  1855;  came  with  his  parents  to  Canada  when  two  years 
old;  artist;  unmarried.  Studied  painting  in  Paris  underWilliam  A.  Bougue- 
reau  and  Tony  Robert  Fleury  from  1 878-84 ;  in  charge  of  the  Art  school 
of  the  Art  Association,  Montreal,  since  1886;  Pres.  R.  C  A.  since  1909; 
received  gold  medal  for  painting,  Pan-American  Exhibition,  Buffalo,  N.  Y., 
1902,  and  silver  medal,  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  Exhibition  1904. 

Clubs:  St.  James,  Pen  and  Pencil  (Montreal).  Societies:  Roya! 
Canadian  Academy  of  Arts,  Canadian  Art  Club  (Toronto).  Residence : 
255  Bleury  St.,  Montreal. 




Alexander  Brymner,  born  Sterling,  Scotland,  a  landed  proprietor,  manied  Mary  Crawford. 
His  son 

Alexander,  born  Sterling,    1 755,  an  array  contractor  who  died  at  Sterling,  leaving  issue. 

Alexander  (1788-1861),  born  Sterling,  a  banker  at  Greenock,  married  Elizabeth,  daughter 
of  John  Fairlie.     He  died  at  Greenock.     His  son 

Douglas  (1823-1902),  born  Greenock,  came  to  Canada  1857.      First  Dominion  Archivist, 
Ottawa;  L.  L.  D.  Queens;  married  Jean,  daughter  of  William  Thomson  of  Green- 
ock.    Died  New  Westminister,  B.  C,  while  visiting.     Issue: 
I.Alexander  (1854-5). 

2.  William  (as  above). 

3.  George  Douglas,  born  1857,  married  Anne  Elizabeth  Harrison  of  Strat- 

ford, Ont. 

4.  Anne  Steel  (1859-72). 

5.  James  Greenshields,  born  1861,  married  Rose  Armstrong  of  New  West- 

minster, B.  C. 

6.  Elizabeth  Fairlie,  born   1 863,  married  Frederick  Colson.  Department  of 

the  Secretary  of  State,  Ottawa. 

7.  Cecil  Stuart  Graham  (1869-76). 

8.  Agnes  Jean  (1871-90). 

9.  Robert  Thomson,  born  1875,  married  George  Grace  Stuart  of  Belleville. 


St.  3obn  of  ©rillla. 



QT.  ANDREW  ST.  JOHN  ( t  )  (deceased),  born  28  June.  1794, 
Captain  in  H.  B.  M's.  4ih  Foot  and  9th  Foot,  married  in  old  Kirk 
Bradden,  Douglas,  Isle-of-Man,  Margaret,  eldest  daughter  of  Philip  Moore, 
(q.  V.)  of  "Balla  Moore,"  near  Peel.  Came  to  Canada  and  settled  on  a 
grant  of  land  at  Orillia,  U.  C.     Died  1838.     Issue: 

1 .  Jane  Margaret  married  (firstly)  James  Scott  of  Orillia,  who 
died  in  1847;  (secondly)  1860,  Toronto,  Lucius  Richard 
O'Brien  (q.  v.,)  of  Shanty  Bay,  Ont. 

2.  Sarah  Ann  married  1 845  Alpheus  Todd  of  Montreal. 
(See  Todd  of  Ottawa.) 

3.  Arabella  Diana  Hamlyn,  married  1849  George  Hallen 
of  Orillia.  (She  died   1910.) 


St.  Andrew  St.  John  (above)  was  eldest  son  of 

Ambrose  St.  John  (1760-1823)  and  Arabella  (daughter  of  Sir.  James  Hamlyn,  Bart., 
whose  wife  Arabella  was  niece  and  heir  of  Sir  Nicholas  Williams,  Kt.  of 
Edwinsford,  Carmarthen,  Lord  Lieutenant  of  the  county,  who  died  Sept.  1745).  He 
was  eldest  son  of 

Very  Rev.  St.  Andrew  St.  John,  D.  D.,  Dean  of  Worcester,  1 732-95  (and  Sarah,  daugh- 
ter of  Thomas  Chase  of  Bromley  Kent),  who  was  second  son  of 

John,  10th  Baron  St.  John  (and  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Sir  Ambrose  Crowley  of 
Greenwich,  Sheriff  of  London,  1706-7,  who  obtained  a  grant  of  arms  §.  His 
father  Ambrose  Ctowley,  a  Quaker  of  Stourbridge  at  the  Visitations  of  1682-3, 
"disclaimed  all  right  to  arms  and  gentility").    He  died  1757.  He  was  fourth  son  of 

Sir  Andrew  St.  John,  2nd  Bart,  (and  Jane,  only  daughter  of  Sir  William  Blois  §  of 
Cockfleld  Hall,  Suffolk).     He  died  1701.     He  was  eldest  son  of 

Sir  Oliver  St.  John,  created  baronet  1601  (died  1661)  and  Barbara,  daughter  and  co-heir 
of  John  St.  Andrew  j  of  Gotham,  Notts,  (a  descendant  of  Pagan  js  de  St.  Andrew 
temps,  Henry  II,  Visitation  of  Notts,   1614).     His  father 

Sir  Roland  St.  John,  K.  B.,  M.  P.,  for  Bedfordshire,  married  Sybilla,  daughter  of  Joha 
Vaughan  of  Hargast  Hereford,  and  died  1645;  was  fourth  son  of 

Ohver,  3rd  Baron  St.  John  (whose  eldest  son  Oliver  was  1  st.  Earl  of  Bolingbroke}.  He 
married  Dorothy  (daughter  of  Sir  John  Rede  of  Odington,  Co.  Gloucester).  He 
died  1618;  was  second  son  of 



Oliver,  elevated  to  the  Peerage  1 558,  as  I  st  Lord  St.  John  of  Bletshoe,  who  sat  in 
judgment  {temps  Elizabeth}  upon  Thomas,  Duke  of  Norfolk.  He  married  Agnes 
(daughter  of  John  Either  and  granddaughter  and  heir  of  Sir  Michael  Fisher,  Knt.). 
He  died  1582.     His  father 

Sir  John  St.  John  married  Margaret  (daughter  of  Sir  William  Waldegrave,  K.  B.,  of 
Smallbridge,  Suffolk).     [Arms  per  pale  argent  and  gules.]  He  was  eldest  son  of 

Sir  John  St.  John,  K.  B.,  of  Bletshoe  (and  Sybl,  daughter  of  Morgan  ap  Jenkyns  ap 
Philip),  son  of 

Sir  John  St.  John,  K.  B.  (and  Alice,  daughter  of  Sir  Thomas  Bradshaigh  §  of  Haig,  Co. 
Lancaster,  a  descendant  of  Sir  John  Bradshaw,  a  Saxon  living  at  the  Conquest)  i 
eldest  son  of 

Sir  Oliver  St,  John  of  Bletshoe  and  Penmark,  who  married  {temps  Henry  VI)  Margaret 
(daughter  of  Sir  John,  Lord  Beauchamp,  and  sister  and  heir  of  John,  Lord 
Beauchamp,  §  of  Bletshoe  [title  created  1363].  Note:  After  Sir  Oliver  died; 
Margaret  married,  secondly,  1440,  John  Beaufort,  Duke  of  Somerset,  and  their 
only  child  Margaret  married,  1455,  Edmund  Tudor,  Earl  of  Richmond,  who  was, 
by  her,  father  of  Henry  VII).  Sir  Oliver  was  a  descendant  of 

William  de  St.  John  of  Faumont,  Co.  Glamorgan,  second  son  of 

Robert  de  St.  John,  Lord  of  Basing,  Co.  Southampton,  who  was  summoned  by  Henry  III 
"to  be  at  Chester  on  Monday  next  after  the  Feast  of  St.  John  the  Baptist  well 
accoutered  with  horse  and  arms  to  oppose  the  incursions  of  the  Welsh."  He  mar- 
ried Agnes,  daughter  of  WiUiam  de  Cantelupe  j5.     His  father 

William  de  St.  John,  who  assumed  the  name  of  his  maternal  ancestors,  was  son  of 

Mabil  Orvyl  (and  Adam  de  Port,  a  powerful  feudal  baron  of  Basing).  She  was  daughter  of 

Muriel  (and  Reginald  de  Aura  Valle  or  Orvyl),  a  daughter  of 

Roger  de  St.  John,  who  married  Cicely,  daughter  and  heiress  of  Robert  de  Haya,  lord  of 
the  Manor  of  Halnac,  Suffolk,  a  kinsman  of  Henry  I.     Roger's  father 

John  de  St.  John  of  Stanton,  Oxfordshire,  a  man  of  great  eminence  in  the  reign  of  William 
Rufus,  was  one  of  twelve  knights  who  accompanied  the  Earl  of  Gloucester  in  a  war 
against  the  Welsh  and  received,  "in  reward  for  his  great  services  and  helps  and 
many  victories,"  the  castle  of  Faumont,  Glamorgan.     His  father 

William  de  St.  John  (whose  name  came  from  the  territory  of  St.  John,  near  Rouen)  came 
into  England  with  William  the  Conqueror  as  grand  meister  of  artillery  and  supervisor 
of  the  wagons  and  carriages,  whence  the  horses'  hames  or  collars  were  bom  as  his 
cognizance  (Burke).  Hemanied  Olivia,  daughter  of  Ralph  de  Filgiers  of  Normandy. 

Arms  (Quartering  Beauchamp  and  St.  Andrew):  Argent  on  a  chief  gules  two  mullets  or. 
Crest:  On  a  mount  vert  a  falcon  rising  or,  belled  of  the  last,  ducally  gorged  gules. 
Motto:  "Data  fata  secutus."  Note:  J.  H.  Round  m  his  English  "Libro  d'Oro"  says 
that  St.  John  is  the  only  peerage  family  descended  in  the  meJe  line  from  an 
ancestor  living   in  the  time  of  Doomsday. 



fleming  of  Ottawa 

SIR  SANFORD  FLEMING,  K.  C.  M.  G.,  L.  L.  D..  M.  I.  C. 
E..  etc.  ( *  t  §  ),  son  of  ANDREW  GREIG  FLEMING  and 
ELIZABETH  ARNOT.  Bom  Kirkaldy,  Fifeshire,  Scotland.  1827, 
where  he  was  educated  as  a  surveyor  and  engineer.  Emigrated  1845, 
entering  service  of  the  Northern  R.  R.  of  Canada,  becoming  chief  engineer 
in  1 85  7.  Was  sent  1  863  to  England,  to  promote  railroad  communication 
between  the  Red  River  District  (tiow  Manitoba)  and  the  East;  was 
chief  engineer  during  construction  of  the  Intercolonial  R.  R.;  largely  respon- 
sible for  the  successful  construction  of  the  C.  P.  R.;  responsible  for  the 
establishing  of  universal  time;  planned  the  construction  of  the  British  Empire 
chain  of  cables.  Author  of  many  books  covering  his  several  projects  in 
Dominion  and  Empire  affairs.  Member  of  many  geographical  societies; 
Vice-President  of  the  United  Empire  League. 

Manied,  1655,  Ann  Jean,  daughter  of  the  late  Sheriff  Hall  of 
Pcterboro,  Ont. 

Residence:  "Winterholme,"  Ottawa. 

(For  a  fuller  account  of  the  life  of  this  most  loyal,  eminent,  and 
remarkable  man  see  Morgan's  "Canadian  Men  and  Women  of  the  Time"~ 


HAMILTON    OF    H  A  M  W  O  O  D 

Aim*:  Gules  a  chevron  within  a  double  tressuie  flory-counter-flory  argent.  Crest:  A  goal's 
head  erased  argent  armed  or.  Motto:  "Let  the  deed  shaw."  Surrounding  the 
shield,  the  circlet  and  pendant  badge  o(  a  Knight  Commander  o(  the  Most  Distin- 
guished Order  of  St.  Michael  and  St.  George. 

t)amllton  of  1bamwoo&  ( (Quebec ). 

JOHN  HAMILTON,  ESQ.  (  "  §  ),  M.  A..  D.  C  L,  Chancellor 
University  of  Bishop's  College,  Lennoxville,  Quebec.  Retired  merchant. 
Born  7  Sept.,  1 85  1 ,  New  Liverpool,  Quebec.  Married  25  April,  1877, 
at  Quebec,  Ida  Mary,  daughter  of  Alexander  Carlisle  Buchanan  (and 
C.  L.  C.  Bowen,  his  wife).  Immigration  Commissioner  at  Quebec.    Issue : 

1.  Constance    Naomi,  born    1879;  married,    1905,  Arthur 
Carington  Smith. 

2.  Edith  Craigie,  born  1881. 

3.  Mary  Frances  Vera,  born  1 885. 

4.  Jessie  Irene,  bom  1887. 

Clubs:  Quebec  Garrison,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht,  American  Universities 
(London).  Societies:  Quebec  Literary  and  Historical  Society; 
Champlain  Society  (President). 

Residences:  Hamwood,  Quebec.     "Moss  Craig,"  Cacouna,  Quebec 




Hugh   Hamilton,  of   Ballybreagh,  Ireland,    married  Mary    Rots,  of   Roitrevor.     He  died 

1 728.   Issue : 
Alexander  Hamilton,  M.  P.,  who  died  1 768.     Isiue : 
Charles  Hamilton,  who  married  Elizabeth  (daughter   of  Crewe  Chetwood).  He  died  1818. 

Issue : 
George  Hamilton,  bom  Sheephili,  Co.  Meath,  Ireland;    came  to  Canada  1808,  became 

a  lumber    merchant  at  Hawkesbury,  Ont. ;    married  Susanna  C.  (daughter  of   John 
Ctaigie);  died  1839.  Hawkesbury.     Issue: 

1.  Robert  (1822-98). 

2.  George  (1824-56). 

3.  John  (1827-88),  Senator. 

4.  Charles,  born  1834,  Archbishop  of  Ottawa  fq.  v.). 

5.  Francis,  born  1838. 

Robert  Hamilton  (1822-98),  born  New  Liverpool,  Quebec;  a  lumber  merchant  of  Quebec; 
and  Hawkesbury ;  married  Isabella  H.  (daughter  of  John  Thomson  of  Quebec) 
died  Quebec.     Issue : 

1.  Isabella,  born  1845,  married  Col.  De  La  C.  T.  Irwin,  C.  M.  G.  (q.  v.). 

2.  Susan,  born  1847,  married    Hon.   Walter  Gibson  Pringle  CaiieU,  K.  C,  Judge 

of  the  Exchequer  Court  (q.  v.). 

3.  George  (1850-80). 

4.  John,  born  1 85 1  (as  above). 

5.  Robina,  born  1853. 

6.  Frances  (1855-88). 

7.  Jessie  (1857-86). 

8.  Henrietta  M.,born  1863,  married  Archdeacon  Cole,  D. C.  L.,B.  D.  ofTaranaki 

New  Zealand. 
See  "Hamilton  of  Hamwood"  in  Burke's  "Landed  Gentry  of  Ireland,"  1904. 
Arms:  Quarterly  gules  and  argent;  in  the  first  and  fourth  quarters,  three  cinquefoils  pierced 
ermine  and  a  canton  of  the  second  charged  with  a  trefoil  slipped  vert:  in  the  second 
and  third  quarters  a  lymphad  with  the  sails  furled,  and  oars  out  sable.  Crest :  Out 
of  a  ducal  coronet  or,  an  oak-tree  fructed  and  penetrated  transversely  in  the  main- 
stem  by  a  frame-saw  proper,  frame  or,  the  blade  bearing  the  word  "Through;" 
suspended  from  one  of  the  branches  a  shield  argent  charged  with  a  trefoil  slipped 
vert.     Motto:  "Sola  Nobilitas  Virtus." 

Ibamilton  of  ©ttawa. 

■■•  C.  L.,  Archbishop  (Anglican)  of  Ottawa  and  Metropolitan  of  Canada 
(  *  $  ).  Born  at  Hawkesbury,  Ont.,  6  Jan.,  1 834.  Graduate  of 
University  College  of  Oxford,  England;  D.  D.  Bishop's  College,  Lennoxville; 
D.  C.  L.  Trinity,  Toronto;  consecrated  a  Bishop  of  the  Church  of  God  on 
the  Festival  of  St.  Philip  and  St.  James,  May  1st,  1885,  and  enthroned  in 
the  Cathedral  in  Hamilton,  Ont.,  as  Bishop  of  Niagara;  translated  to  the 
diocese  of  Ottawa,  and  enthroned  in  the  Cathedral  as  first  Bishop  of  Ottawa, 
May  1  St,  1 896;  First  Archbishop  of  Ottawa  since  1 899. 

Married     25     Feb..     1862,     at  St    Michael's  Church.     Quebec 



Frances   Louisa  Hume,  daughter  of  Tannatl  Houston  Thomson,  Deputy 
Conmiissary  General  of  Toronto,  and  Margaret  Anne  Ussher.  Issue : 

1.  Charles  Robert,  bom  Aug.  15,  1867,  of  Vancouver. 

2.  Lilian  Margaret,  bom  June  1 6,  1 869. 

3.  Mabel  Frances,  born    July  25,  1870;    married  Edward 
Kirwan  Counsell  Martin  of  Hamilton.  (Issue.) 

4.  Ethel  Mary,  born  Nov.  14,  1871. 

5.  Hubert  Valentine  (  1 873- 1 903). 

6.  Winnifred  Katherine  (1875-80). 

7.  Harold  Francis  (Rev.),  bom  Oct.  5,   1876,  of  Bishop's 
College,  Lennoxvilie. 

8.  Mary  Agnes,  born  1878. 

9.  George  Theodore,  born  July  5,  1881. 
Residence :  Archbishop's  Palace,  495  Wilbrod  St.,  Ottawa, 


Dr.  Hamilton  is  the  4th  son  of  Lt.  Col.  George  Hamilton  of  Quebec  and  Hawkesbury, 
Ont,  (and  Lucy  Susanna  Christiana  Craigie).     [See  Hamilton  of  Hamwood.] 

Arms:  Party  per  pale;  Dexter,  argent  a  cross  gules,  in  the  first  quarter  a  key  surmounted 
by  a  pastoral  staff  ia  saltire  proper.  On  a  chief  azure  an  oak  tree  issuing  from  a 
ducal  coronet,  the  trunk  pierced  by  a  saw  bearing  the  word  "Through,"  all  proper  the 


IR  WIN    OF    OTTA  WA 

frame  or  (for  Diocese  of  Ottawa):  Sinister;  quarterly,  Isl  and  4th  gules  three 
cinquefoils  pierced  ermine,  a  canton  argent  charged  with  a  trefoil  vert;  2nd  and  3rd 
argent  a  lymphad  sable  (for  Hamilton).  Motto:  "Sola  Nobilitai  Virtus."  Over 
the  shield  the  mitre  of  a  Bishop.  Note :  The  tree  in  the  diocesan  arms  is  taken,  in 
compliment  to  Dr.  Hamilton  as  first  bishop,  from  his  family  crest.  Burke  gives  the 
following  account  of  the  origin  of  this  crest:  "Sir  Gilbert  Hamilton,  founder  of  the 
family,  having  slain  John  de  Spencer  in  a  rencounter,  fled  from  the  court  of  Edward 
1 1.  Being  pursued,  he  and  his  attendant  changed  clothes  with  two  wood-cutters, 
and,  taking  their  saws,  were  in  the  act  of  cutting  through  an  oak  tree,  when  his  pur- 
suers passed  by.  Perceiving  his  servant  notice  them.  Sir  Gilbert  hastily  called  out: 
'Through,'  which  word,  vsdth  the  oak  and  saw  through  it,  he  took  for  a  crest  to 
commemorate  his  deliverance." 

Hrvoln  of  ©ttawa* 

r^OU  DE  LA  CHEROIS  THOMAS  IRWIN,  C.  M.  G.  (*t  ), 
^^  Hon.  A.  D.  C.  to  the  Earl  of  Minto  and  to  Earl  Grey,  Governors- 
General;  born  Carnagh  House,  Co.  Armagh,  Ireland,  3 1  March,  1 843. 
Hon.  Colonel  retired  list  Royal  Canadian  Artillery;  Hon.  Lieut.  Col.  re- 
tired list  Royal  Artillery;  C.  M.  G.  ( 1 900);  Hon.  Sect.  Canadian  Patriotic 
Fund.  (See  "Who's  who"  and  Debrett.)  Came  to  Canada  1861  with 
1 0th  Brigade  Royal  Artillery;  stationed  at  Halifax,  Montreal,  Kingston, 
and  Quebec.  Settled  in  Ottawa  1 882  as  Dominion  Inspector  of  Artillery. 
Married  Quebec,  April   25,   1867,   Isabella,   daughter  of  Robert 



Hamilton  [see  Hatnilton.  of  Hamwood.  Quebec]  and  Isabella  Thomson. 

1.  Isabel  Gladys  Hamilton,  bom  2  August,   1884,  married 
1907  to  Capt.  Alan  Z.  Palmer  of  Ottawa, 

2.  Arthur  De  la  Cherois,  born  30  Oct.,  1885,  Lieut  R.  O., 
Inspector  Royal  N.  W.  Mounted  Police. 

3.  Robert  Hamilton,  born  28    Oct.,    1887,   B.  Sc.,  Lieut. 
R.  C  E. 

4.  William    Eric  Crommelin,  bom  24  Jan.,   1890,   B.   Sc. 

Clubs:  Rideau  Golf,    Rideau  Curling,  Gov.  General's  Curling,  Matane 

Fishing,  Denholm  Fishing,  Minto  Skatmg. 
Residences:  1  70  Cooper  St.,  Ottawa,  Ont.    Carnagh  House,  Co.  Armagh, 



William  Irwin  of  the  Irwins  of  Bonshaw,  Scotland,  had  a  son 

William  Irwin,  who  obtained  in  1680  grant  of  Camagh  estate,  Co.  Armagh,  Ireland.     His 

William  Irwin  (1675-1737),  landowner,  married  Sara  Monson.     Their  son 
Arthur  Irwin    (1725-1795),  landowner  and  J.  P.,  Greenmounl,  Co.  Monahan,  married 

Alicia,  daughter  of  Daniel  Kelly  of  Castle  Dawson,  Armagh;  their  4th  son  James 

was  great  grandfather  to  President  Benjamin  Harrison,  U.  S.  A.;  their  eldest  son 
William    Irwin  (1756-1835),  born  Greenmount,    landowner  and   J.    P.,  married    Eliza 

(daughter  of  John  Owens  of  Stonehouse,  Co.  Louth).     His  second  son: 
John  Robert  Irwin  (1788-1871),  born  Greenmount,  J.  P.,  Lieut.  H.  M.  25th  Foot  (1809) 

of  Carnagh  House,  married  Elizabeth  Emily  (daughter  of  Nicholas  De  la  Cherois 

Crommelin  of  Carrowdore  Castle,  Co.  Down.  Descended  from    a    French   family. 

who  left  France  on  the  Revocation  of  the  Edict  of  Nantes).     Issue: 

1.  William  Arthur  (1841-96),  married  Eliza  Browne. 

2.  De  la  Cherois  Thomas  (as  above). 

3.  John  Frederick  (1847-1901),  married  Anne  StannistreeL 

4.  Fitzjohn  Robert  (1849-82),  married  Saidee  Murray-Ker. 

5.  Edmund  Herbert  De  Moleyns,  bom  1856,  married  Mary  Boyer. 

6.  Emily  EUizabeth,  born  1850. 

7.  Alice  Clara,  bom   1852. 

Arms  (Registered  Ulster's  office  1907):  Argent  on  a  fesse  engrailed  gules  between  three 
holly  leaves  vert,  a  trefoil  slipped  or.  Crest :  On  a  wreath  of  the  colours  a  forearm 
vambraced  charged  with  a  trefoil  as  in  the  arms.  The  hand  bare  grasping  a  thittle 
all  proper.  Motto:  "Nemo  me  irapune  lacesslt."  Pendant  from  the  shield,  the 
ba<^e  of  the  Most  Distinguished  Order  of  St.  Michael  and  St.  George. 

Ikerr  of  ^Toronto. 

born  Township  of  Puslinch,  Ont.,  1  st  Aug.,  1 84 1 .  Life  Senator 
of  anada  since  1903;  called  to  Bar  1862;  Q.  C.  for  Ontario  1876,  for 
Canada  1881;  Grand  Master  of  Masonic   Lodge   of   Canada    1874-7, 



created  Knight  Grand  Cross  of  the  Temple  (England  and  Wales)  1883; 
Speaker  of  the  Senate  of  Canada,  1 909- 1 1 ;  summoned  to  His  Majesty's 
Privy  Council  for  Canada,    6th  Oct.,   1911. 

Married  (firstly)  1 864  Anne  Margaret  (daughter  of  the  Hon.  William 
Hume  Blake,  Chancellor  of  Upper  Canada).  She  died  1 882  without  issue. 
Married  (secondly)  5  th  Dec,  1883,  Adelaide  Cecil,  daughter  and  co- 
heir of  the  Rev.  George  Stanley-Pinhorne,  Cumberland,  England,  and  niece 
of  the  Rt.  Hon.  Alexander  Staveley  Hill,  K.  C,  M.  P.  of  Oxley  Manor, 
Staffordshire.     Issue : 

1 .  Cecil  Vivian,  bom  1 6  Nov.,  1 884;  married,  Toronto,  30th 
Sept.,  1 909,  George  Hamilton  Cassels,  Barrister  of  Toronto, 
2nd  son  of  Walter  Gibson  Pringle  Cassels  (q.  v.).  Judge  of 
the  Exchequer  Court,  Ottawa. 

2.  Nadine  Jane  Hamilton,  born  31  Dec,  1885,  married, 
Toronto,  16  Feb.,  1909,  Edmund  Featherstone  Osier 
(late  of  the  Duke  of  Cambridge's  Own  Middlesex  Regiment), 
Lakeview  Farm,  Bronte,  Ont.,  2nd  son  of  Sir  Edmund 
Osier,  M.  P.  of  Craigleigh,  Toronto. 

3.  Evelyn  Adela,  bom  9th  March,  1887,  manied,  Toronto, 
3rd  Sept.,  1908,  William  Harty  of  Kingston.  Out..  2nd 



son  of    the  Hon.  William  Harty,  Elx.-M.  P.  of  Kingston. 

4.  Stanley    Chandos   Staveley,    born  6  April,  1889;  B.  A. 

5.  Florence  Petronelle,  born  25  Aug.,    1893. 

Clubs:  Toronto,    York,    Toronto    Hunt,   Ontario   Jockey,   Ontario,    and 

Rideau  (Ottawa). 
Residence:  Rathnelly,  Toronto,  Ont. 


James  Kirkpatrick  Ken  (as  above)  is  eldest  son  of 

Robert  Warren  Ken  (1810-72),  Co.  Sligo,  Ireland.  Educated  Trinity  Coll.,  Dublin;  came 
to  Canada  1832,  settling  in  the  Township  of  Puslinch,  U.  C,  becoming  City 
Chamberlain  of  Hamilton,  Oat.  He  married  Jane  Hamilton  (daughter  of  James 
Kirkpatrick  of  Wentworth  Co.,  U.  C).     His  father 

Robert  Kerr,  Elsq.,  of  Co.  Sligo,  married  Mary,  daughter  of  James  Wanen.Esq.,  of  Sligo  Co. 

Arms  :  Quarterly:  I  st  and  4th  vert  on  a  chevron  between  in  chief  a  fleur-de-lis  and  in  base 
a  martlet  argent  three  mullets  gules,  a  crescent  of  the  last  in  de  ter  chief  for  difference 
(for  Kerr);  2nd  and  3rd  azure  the  sun  in  splendor  (for  Lothian):  over  all  aa 
escutcheon  of  pretence;  peuty  per  pale  gules  and  sable;  on  the  fess  point  of  a  saltire 
argent,  between  four  hunting  horns  stringed  and  garnished  of  the  last,  a  aoss  molioe 
vert  (for  Stanley -Pinhorne). 

Crest :  A  stage's  head  erased  vert,  a  crescent  gules  for  difference.  Motto :  "Bon  y  bel 
astez."     Other  quctrterings :  Staveley,  Newton,  Cowton  and  Chandos-Pole. 

IRlrftpatrlcft  of  Iklngston 

(deceased)  (t  t  ).  born  Kingston,  Ont.,  13  Sept.,  1841;  Lt.  Col. 
late  47th  Frontenac  Batt.;  barrister  1865;  Q.  C.  1880;  L.  L.  D.  Trin. 
Coll.,  Dublin;  M.  P.;  Speaker  of  the  House  of  Commons  1 883-7;  Member 
P.  C.  of  Canada  1891;  Lt.  Gov.  of  Ontario  1892;  K.  C.  M.  G.  1897. 
Married  (firstly),  1865,  Frances  Jane  (daughter  o!  the  Hon.  John 
Macauley  of  Kington).     She  died  1877.     Issue: 

1 .  Col.  George  Macauley,  born  1 86 1 .  Inspector  General  of 

the  Australian  forces. 

2.  Arthur  Thomas,  born  1871.  Barrister. 

3.  William  Macpherson,  born  1874.  General  Freight  Agent 

C.  P.  R.,  Montreal. 

4.  Guy  Hamilton,  bom  1875. 

5.  Helen  Young. 

Married  (secondly),  1883,  Isabel  Louis  (daughter  of  Hon.  Sir  David 
Lewis  Macpherson,  K.  C.  M.  G.  of  Ottawa).     Issue: 

Eric  Reginald  Macpherson,  born  1 884.  (King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry.) 

Sir  George  died  Sept  1 3.  1 899, 




Ivone  Kiikpatiick  {temp.  David  I  of  Scotland)  had  a  grandson  Ivone,  who  received  ia  1232 

from  King  Alexander  II  a  charter  of  Cloteburn  in  Nithsdalo,  Dumfrieshire;  his  son 
Adam,  Lord  of  Closeburn,  had  a  son 
Stephen,  Lord  of  Closeburn,  whose  son 

Sir  Roger  Kirkpatrick  was  Justiciary  of  Galloway,  Ireland,  in  1304.     His  ton 
Sir  Roger  captured  in  1355  the  English  castles,  Durisdeer  and  Caerlaverock.     Burke  sayj 

of  him:  "Sir  Roger  was  one  of  the  first  who  stood  up    for   the    King,    Robert   the 

Bruce,  ai  he  was  returning  from  striking  Red  John  Cummin  in  the  Dumfries  Church. 

Sir  Rager  went  into  the  church,  exclaiming:    Til  mak  sicker  [sure]*   and  then  gave 

Cummin   several  stabs  with  a    dagger."     Hence    the    crest   and    motto.     He   was 

murdered  by  Sir  James  Linsay  in  1357.     Hit  son 
Winfred  (Umfred)  was  one  of  the  hostages  for  the  payment  of  King    David's  ransom.  His 

Roger  married  Margaret,  daughter  of  Thomas.  1st  Lord  Somerviile,  and  Janet,  daughter  of 

Sir  Alexander  Stewart  of  Derneley.     Roger's  2nd  son 
Alexander  was  made  Baron  of  Kirkmichael  as  a  reward  for  the  capture    of   James,    Earl 

of  Douglas,  in  1434.     Alexander's  great  grandson 
William  Kirkpatrick  died  1 666.     His  eldest  son  was 
George  of  Knock,  born  1671,  whose  3rd  son 
Alexander,  born  1714,  of  Drumcondra    House,    Co.    Dublin,  Ireland,    founded  the  Irish 

branch.     Alexander'*  3rd  son 
Alexander  (1749-1818),  of  Coolmine,  Co.  Dublin,  Ireland,  was  High  Sheriff  of  the  city 

and  county  of  Dublin  in  1 793.     His  4th  son 
Thomas  (1805-1870)  came  to  Canada,  settling  at  Kingston;  Barrister  Q.    C,    M.    P.  for 

Frontenac;  married  1829  Helen  (daughter  of  Alexander   Fisher).     Thomas's  4th 

SOD  was 



George  Airy  Kirkpatrick  (as  above). 

Arms:  Argent  a  saltire  and  a  chief  azuie,  on  the  last  three  cushions  or.  Crest:  A  hand 
holding  a  dagger  in  pale  distilling  drops  o(  blood  proper.  Motto:  "I  mak  sicker.** 
Surrounding  the  shield,  the  circlet  and  {wndant  badge  of  a  Knight  Commander  of  the 
Most  Distinguished  Order  of  St.  Michael  and  St.  George. 

HDatbeaon  of  Iktl^onan. 

■■•  D.  D.  (  *  )  Archbishop  of  Rupert's  Land  and  Primate  of  all 
Canada.  Bom  Kildonan,  Man.,  20  Sept.,  1 852.  Graduate  of  St.  John's 
College,  Winnipeg,  in  Theology,  B.  D.,  D.  D.;  L.  L.  D.,  Cambridge; 
D.C.  L.,  Durham;  Warden  of  St.  John's  College;  Chancellor  of  the  University 
of  Manitoba;  ordained  Deacon  1875;  Priest  1876;  Canon  St.  John's 
Cathedral  1882;  Dean  of  Rupert's  Land  1902;  Archbishop  of  Rupert's 
Land  1905;  Primate  1909. 

Married  (firstly)  1879  Saraphine  Marie  Fortin,  daughter  of  William 
Fortin  of  Iberville,  Que.    She  died  1894.     Issue: 

1 .  Godfrey  Arthur,  born  1 88 1 ,  clerk,  San  Francisco,  CaL 

2.  Adele  Constance,  born  1883. 

3.  Mortimer,  born  1 885  (deceased). 

4.  Maude  Elizabeth,  born  1 888. 



5.  Nora  Evelyn,  born  1891. 

6.  Edgar  Hugh  Ernest,  born  1 892. 

Married  (secondly),  1 906,  Alice  E.  Talbot  of  Winnipeg.  Issue: 

1.  Margaret,  born  1907. 

2.  Mary  Pritchard.  born   1 909. 
Societies :     A.  F.  and  A.  M.  Past  Grand  Master. 
Residence:     St.  John's,  Winnipeg. 


Alexander  Matheson  of  Kildonan,  Scotland,  had  a  ton 

John,  born  Kildonan,  Scotland,  1814;  married,  Kildonan,  Man.,  Catherine,  daughter  of 
John  Pritchard  of  Kildonan,  Man.  Issue: 

1.  John  Pritchard,  married  Anne,  daughter  of  John  Fraser  of  Kildonan. 

2.  Margaret,  married  George  Sutherland  of  Kildonan. 

3.  Catherine,  married  Angus  Fraser  of  Kildonan. 

4.  Annie  (deceased). 

5.  Mary,  married  Francis  Murray  of  Kildonan. 

6.  Alexander,  married  Catherine,  daughter  of  John  McArthar  of  Grassmere, 


7.  Samuel  Pritchard  (as  above). 

Arms:  Party  per  pale;  Dexter,  ermine  a  cross  gules,  on  a  chief  a  pastoral  staff  surmounted  by 
an  open  book  proper  (for  Rupert's  Land];  Sinster,  argent  two  Lochaber  axes  in 
ealtire  heads  to  the  chief,  between  a  cock  b  chief  and  a  rose  in  bate  (for  Matheson). 

1Reil0on  of  IRellsonvllIe  (iSiuebec) 

/^OL.  JOHN  LOUIS  HUBERT  NEILSON  (  *  ),  Seigneur  of 
^^  Hubert,  born  Quebec,  24  March,  1845.  Physician;  late  of  the 
Royal  Canadian  Artillery;  First  Director  General  and  organizer  of  the 
Canadian  Army  medical  services;  holds  General  Service  medal,  and 
Campaign  medal,  Soudan  1  884-5  and  tvsro  clasps;  Knight  of  the  Order  of 
Melusine;  Associate  of  the  Order  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  England. 

Married,  Kingston,  Nov.  1  6,  1 888,  Wilmot,  daughter  of  J.  Bramley 
Ridout  of  England,  late  Lt.  Col.  26  Scottish  Rifles,  and  Wilmot  Beresford 
Hayler,  his  wife. 

Clubs   and  Societies:    Quebec    Garrison    Club;    Military   Institute, 
Whitehall,    London,   England;   Quebec  Literary   and   Historical  Society 
Residences:  Corsock,  Neilsonville,  Quebec,  also  on  his  Seigniory  of  Hubert. 


John  Neilsonne,  descendent  of  John  Mac  Neil,  Earl  of  Carrick,  was  declared,  in  1436,  with 
his  wife  Isabel  Gordoun,  proprietors  of  Castle  Corsock  in  Kirkcudbright,  Scotland. 
His  descendant 



John  Neilsonne  and  his  wife,  Margaret  Gordon  re-built  the  Castle  in  1 588,  which  date 

appears  cut  in  stone,  with  their  impaled  arms  over  the  entrance.  Their  grandson 
Joha  Neilsonne,  o(  Corsock,  married  Mary  Madellan,  daughter  o(  the  last  Earl  of 
Kirkcudbright.  She  died  Sept.  28,  1697.  (Note:  This  John  Neilsonne  was  the 
prototype  of  the  "Martyr"  in  Sir  Walter  Scott's  "Old  Mortality,"  being  one  of  the 
leaders  among  the  Covenanters.  He  was  defeated  at  Raliion  Green,  made  prisoner, 
subjected  to  the  torture  of  the  "boot,"  Dec.  8,  1666,  and  hanged,  Dec.  14,  at  the 
Cross  in  Edinboro.  His  body  was  buried  in  Greyfrias.  His  son 
John  Neilsonne,  of  Corsock,  married  Anna  Gordon  of  Carlestoun.     He  died  '706.     Hit 

monument  is  in  Kirkpatrick,  Durham.     His  eldest  son 
Richard  Neilson,  manufacturer  at  Dundee,  married  Janet  Ray.     Their  son 
Robert  Neilson  married  Christina,  daughter  of  James  Guthrie  of  Craigie.     His  ion 
William  Neilson  (1726-80),  born  Balraagh'e,  Laird   and  Landowner,   married  Isabella, 
daughter  of  William  Brown,  Laird  of  Nunton  and  Langlands.  Died  Buitle,  Jan  19. 


1.  William  (1767-1859).  unmarried. 

2.  Samuel  (1772-93),  unmarried. 

3.  John  (below). 

4.  Agnes,  unmarried. 
His  3rd  son 

(Hon.)  John  Neilson  (1776-1848),  bom  Domald,  Kirkcudbright;  King's  Printer, 
Legislator,  etc.,  in  Canada;  married  Mane  Ursule  (daughter  and  heir  of  Jacque* 
Joseph  Hubert  and  Pelagie  de  Rieulord,  Co-Seigneur  of  Hubert,  Quebec).  He 
died  Neilsonville,  Quebec.     She  died  1866.     Issue: 

1.  Samuel  (1798-1837),  unmarried. 

2.  Isabel  (1800-73).  unmarried. 

3.  William  (1805-95),  married  Margaret  Cassin  (ancestors   of   Comeliiu 

Neilson  and  Dr.  Walter  Neilson  of  Milwaukee,  Wis.) 



4.  Margaret  (1808-94),  unmarried. 

5.  John  (below). 

John  Neilson  (1821-85),  born  Corsock,  Neilsonville,  married  Laura  Caroline,  daughter  and 
heir  of  Capt.  John  Moorehead  (and  Margaret  Du  Berger}  of  the  British  Army,  and 
A.  A.  G.  on  the  Staff  Quebec.     Issue: 

1 .  John  Louis  Hubert  (as  above). 

2.  Laura  Janet  (1847-83],  unmarried. 

3.  John  Samuel  (1850-82),  unmarried. 

4.  Norman  de  Rientord,  born  1853,  married  Alice  de  la  Naudiere. 

5.  William  Augustus. 

6.  Alfred,  born  1858,  married  Flora  LeMoine. 

7.  Ida  Isabel. 

8.  Henry  Ivan,  born  1 865,  married  Matilda  Anne  Green. 

Arms  (Quartering  Hubert  and  Moorehead):  Azure  two  hammers  in  saltire  or,  in  the 
dexter  flank  a  crescent,  and  in  base  a  five  pointed  star  argent.  Crest :  A  demi- 
mem  issuing  from  a  mural  coronet,  holding  over  his  shoulder  a  hammer  all  proper. 
Motto:  "His  Regi  Servitium."  Decorations:  Pendant  from  the  escutcheon:  (l)Th« 
badge  of  the  Order  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  England;  (2)  the  badge  oi  the 
ancient  Order  of  Melusine  in  France  and  Austria. 

pellatt  of  Toronto 

pOL.  SIR  HENRY  PELLATT.  Kt.,  C.  V.  O.,  A.  D.  C.  ( •  t ), 

^^     born  Kingston,  Ont.,  Jan.  1 6,  1 859.    Capitalist;  educated  U.  C.  Col- 
lege; entered  service  of  E.  B.  Osier  1 874;  junior  partner  Pellatt  &  Pellatt, 



1 88 1 ;  head  of  firm  since  1 89 1 ;  Knighted  in  1 905;  C.  V.  O.  1 9 1 0;  Hon. 
A.  D.  C.  to  H.  R.  H.  Duke  of  Connaught  1911;  President  Society  of 
Knights  Bachelor  of  England;  Governor  of  Grace  Hospital,  to  which  he 
presented  the  Surgery  Wing;  Hon.  Treasurer  Trinity  University;  a  noted 
athlete;  created  a  Mohawk  Chief  1910,  with  name  Tanauyuasara  (Dawn 
of  the  Morning);  Lieutenant  Queen's  Own  Rifles  1880;  promoted  through 
intervening  grades  to  Colonel  1907;  holds  Long  Service  Decoration;  took  the 
Regiment  to  England.  1 9 1 0  at  his  own  expense,  to  participate  in  manoeuvers; 
on  Military  Staff  at  Coronation  of  King  George  V. 

Married,  Toronto,  June  15,  1882,  Mary,  daughter  and  heir  of  John 
Dodgson  of  Cumberland,  England.     Issue : 

Reginald,  born  June  30,  1885,  Captain  2nd  Queen's  Own  Rifles; 
married,  Toronto,  Oct.  1 4,  1 908,  Marjory  Carlyle,  daughter  of 
James  Black  Perry. 

Clubs:  Albany,  Toronto,  York,  Rideau  (Ottawa). 

Residence:  559  Sherbourne  Street,  Toronto. 


Apiley  Ptilatt  ( 1 736-98)  married  Sara  (daughter  of  Thoma*  Meriton);  died  Islington. 
His  son 

Apsley  Pellatt  (1763-1826)  married  Mary,  daughter  of  Stephen  Maberly.  They  had 
fifteen  children,  of  whom  the  fifth  was 

Mill  Pellatt  (1795- 1863),  who  married  Maria  Esther  (daughter  of  Thomas  Wilde).  He 
died  at  New  Cross,  near  London,  Elngland,  leaving  issue  of  ten  children,  of  whom 
the  eighth  was 

Hemy  Pellat  ( 1 830- 1 909 J,  born  at  Glasgow,  Scotland,  and  married  to  Emma  Mary 
(daughter  of  Henry  Burton  Holland  of  Peterborough,  Ont. — a  son  of  Major 
Ralph  Burton  Holland  of  the  14th  and   1 6th  Dragoons).     Issue: 

1.  Mary  Kate,  bom  1855,  married  Lt.  Col.  Robert  Baldwin  Hamilton  of 


2.  Marion  Maria,  born  1856,  married  Henry  Edmond  Morphy. 

3.  Henry  Mill  (as  above). 

4.  Emily  Mountford.  born  1862. 

5.  Frederick  Mill,  born  1870. 

6.  Mill,  born   1873. 

Arms  :  Argent  two  bars  table,  the  upper  charged  with  a  bezant  (for  Pellatt).  In  center 
an  escutcheon  of  pretence  argent  on  a  pale,  per  pale,  vert  and  table  cottised  gules,  two 
looped  bugle-horns  of  the  first  (for  Dodgton).  Crest:  A  lion  passant  argent,  guttee 
table,  in  his  dexter  paw  an  acorn  slipped  vert  fructed  or.  Motto:  "Devant  ti  je 
puis."  His  shield  surrounded  by  the  circle  of  the  Royal  Victorian  Order  with 
pendant  badge. 




Arm* :  Qua'terly;  1st  and  4th,  Argent  two  bars  sable  the  upper  one  charged  with  a  bezant 
(for  Pellatt);  2nd  and  3rd,  Argent  on  a  pale  per  pale  vert  and  sable  cottised  gules 
two  looped  buglehorns  of  the  first  (for  DodgsonJ. 

Oett :  A  lion  passant  argent  guttee  de  poix,  in  the  dexter  hand  an  acorn  slipped  vert, 
fructed  or. 

Motto :  "Devant  si  je  puis." 

Ibopf^ine  of  ZToronto 

JOHN  CASTELL  HOPKINS,  author  and  publicist,  born  Dyersville. 
Iowa,  April  1 ,  1 864;  educated  and  lived  in  Canada  from  early  child- 
hood. Author  of  ten  volumes  dealing  with  Canadian  history  and  biography, 
and  of  the  "Canadian  Annual  Review  of  Public  Affairs,"  issued  since  1 90 1 ; 
Editor  of  "Canada :  An  Encyclopcedia  of  the  Country,"  issued  in  six  large 
volumes,  and  contetining  300  contributions  by  the  leading  authorities  upon 
Canadian   conditions,  history  and  affairs ;    author  of  23  pamphlets    upon 



public  questions  and  of  about  60  magazine  articles.  Founder  of  the  first 
branch  of  the  Imperial  Federation  League  in  Canada  (Ingersoll.  1886), 
and  later  became  Hon.  Secretary  of  the  League  for  Canada;  delegate  to 
the  1 896  Congress  of  Chambers  of  Commerce  of  the  Empire  at  London; 
Hon.  Secretary,  Sir  John  Macdonald  Memorial  Committee,  Toronto,  1 893-4; 
President  of  the  Toronto  and  Ontario  Young  Men's  Conservative  Associa- 
tion, 1891-2;  President  of  the  Empire  Club  of  Canada,  1910-1;  Fellow 
Royal  Statistical  and  other  learned  societies.     (  *  ) 

Married,  1 906,  Annie  Beatrice  Mary,  daughter  of  J.  J.  Bonner  of 
Toronto.     Issue : 

1 .  Marie  Rutherfurd  Zoe.  bom  March  8,  1 909. 

2.  Joan  Cabell,  born  June  21,  1911. 
Clubs :  Albany,  Royal  Canadian  Yacht. 
Residence :  8  Oaklands  Ave.,  Toronto. 

Dophins  Xineagc 

Sampson  Hopkins  (died  1622)  of  Coventry,  Co.  Warwick  (§),  had  a  son 
Sir  William  Hopkins,  Kt.,  of  Coventry,  isle  of  Wight;  knighted  at  Whitehall,  1623.  His  son 
George  Hopkins  of  Blessington,  Co.  Wicklow,  had.  by  Royal  Patent  dated  1 664,  a  grant  of 
land  in  Ireland  for  services  of  himself  and  father.     His  son 



William  Hopkins  of  Blackdown,  Co.  Kildare.  had  a  son 

John  Hopkins  of  Macroom,  Co.  Cork.     His  son 

William  Randolph  Hopkins  of  Thurloe,  Co.  Tipperary,   married  Jane  Innes,  daughter  of 

Thomas  Ewing  of  Dublin  [see  Innes  lineage].     His  son 
John  Castell  Hopkins,  J.  P.  of  Rowchester  Ho.  Greenlaw,  Berwickshire,  married  Agnes, 

daughter  of  Charles  Robson  of  Samieston  Ho.  Roxburghshire  and  Martha  Ruther- 

furd,  his  wife  [see  Rutherfurd  lineage].     Issue: 

1 .  William  Randolph  Innes,  J.  P.,  D.  L.  of  Grey  Towers,  Middlesborough. 

Yorkshire,  married  (  firstly)  Everald  C.  E.  Hustler,  who  left  issue 
William  Hustler;  (secondly)  Elsie  C.  S.  Balckow.  Issue:  I .  Ch»rle» 
Harrie  Innes,  2.  James  Randolph  Innes,  3.  Other  issue. 

2.  John  Castell  (2). 

3.  Other  issue. 

John  Castell  Hopkins  (2),  who  married  Trianda  Phelia  Boyd,  daughter  of  Rev.  W.  H. 
Heudebourck  of  Tiverton,  Eng.     issue  : 

I.  John  Castell  (3),  of  Toronto  f above). 

2.  Innes,  of  Victoria,  B.  C.,  who  married  Alice  Mary  Martin.  luue:  i .  Alice 

Cecil,  2.  Robert  Innes,  3,  ' 

3.  Other  issue. 

Anns  :  Sable  on  a  chevron  between  three  pistols  or,  as  many  rotes  gules. 

Crest :  A  tower  per  bend  indented  argent  and  gules,  flames  issuing  from  the  top  and  windows 

Motto :  "Suavitate  aut  vi." 

Innes  Xtnea^e 

Sir  James  Innes,  3rd  baronet  of  Innes,  Co.  Elgin  (see  note),  married,  1 666,  Margaret,  grand- 
daughter of  Sir  Robert  Ker,  I  st  Earl  of  Roxburghe;  of  this  marriage  there  were  three 
sons  and  four  daughters;  one  daughter  married 

Captain  Innes,  whose  son  was 

George  Innes  of  Limerick,  who  left  issue: 

1.  (General]  Harry  d.  s.  p. 

2.  A  daughter 

Harriet  Innes,  who  married  Thomas  Ewing  of  Dublin;  their  daughter 
Jane  Innes  married  William  Randolph  Hopkins  [see  Hopkins  lineage]. 
Note :  Sir  James  Innes,  3d  baronet,  was  great  grandfather  of  Sir  James  Innes,  6th  baronet. 
who  was  recognized  by  the  House  of  Lords,  in  1 8 1 2,  as  5th  Duke  of  Roxburghe. 

IRutberfurO  Xtneaac 

Sir  Nichol  de  Rutherfurd — said  in  Jeffrey's  History  of  Antiquities  in  Roxburgh- 
shire to  have  been  a  near  relative  of  Sir    William  Wallace.     His  son 

Sir  Robert  Rutherfurd — described  as  a  friend  of  Robert  Bruce  in  Barbour's  History  of 
Robert  Bruce — had  a  son 

Sir  Richard  Rutherford  of  that  Ilk.     His  son 

William  Rutherfurd,  had  a  son 

Sir  Richard  Rutherfurd,  in  1390  Ambassador  to  the  Court  of  England;  afterwards  appointed 
Warden  of  the  Marches.     Issue : 

1.  Sir  James  Rutherfurd  (belowj. 

2.  John  Rutherfurd  of  Chatto,  ancestor  of  Andrew  Rutherfurd,  who  became 

I  St  Lord  Rutherfurd,  Jan.  19,   1661,  and  in  1663  Earl  of  Tevio*. 



3.  Nichol  Rutherfurd.  founder  of  the  Rutherfurds  of  Hundalee,  which  be- 
came extinct  (in  male  line)  on  the  death  of  Sir  Nicholat  Rutherfurd. 
whose  daughter,  Mary,  married  Sir  Jamei  Ker  of  Crailing  f-Iall  and 
became  ancestress  of  the  Marquess  of  Lothian. 
Sir  Jame*  Rutherfurd  (above)  had  a  son 

James  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  tst  Laird  of  Edgerston;  received  charter  from  James  IV  of 
Scotland  of  the  lands  of  Edgerston  (Jan.  15,  1492)  and  married  Margaret,  daughter 
of  Lord  Erskine.  Their  son 
Phillip  Rutherfurd  oi  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston,  married  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Sir 
Walter  Ker  of  Cessford,  ancestor  of  the  Dukes  of  Roxburghe.  He  had  one  son  (as 
under)  and  two  daughters,  of  whom  I.  Helen,  married  Sir  John  Foreman,  and  on 
his  death  Andrew  Rutherfurd  of  Hunthill,  and  2.  Catharine,  who  married  Sir  James 
Stewart  of  Traquair.  Their  grandson.  Sir  James  Stewart,  laid  claim  to  Edgerstoa 
and  other  estates,  and  precipitated  violent  disputes,  which  ended  in  his  obtaining  some 
of  the  property,  but  not  Edgerston.  Their  son 
Richard  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston. 

Thomas  Rutherfurd  of  that  ilk  (uncle  of  above  and  brother  of  Phillip  Rutherfurd),  rocog- 

nized  as  heir- male  of  Egerston  under  the  King's  Seal,  13th  January,  1559,  had  a  son 
Robert  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston,  who  had  a  son 
Thomas  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  commonly  known  as  "the  Black  Laird  of  Edgerston."  and 

distinguished  for  exploits  against  the  English.     His  son 
Richard    Rutherfurd    of   that    Ilk,    Laird    of    Edgerston,    married  a   daughter    of    Elliot. 

Laird    of    Lassiston,  in  Liddetdale,  whose  wife  was  a  daughter  of  the  Duke   of 

Bucdeuch.     Their  son 
Robert  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston,  married  Margaret  Riddell  of  that  Ilk, 

(4th  son,  Thomas,  had  a  daughter  manied  to  Rutherfurd  of  Faimington — another 

branch  of  the  family.)     Robert's  son  was 
John  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston.     In  1630  he  raised  a  troop  of  Horse  and 

fought  for  King  Charles  I,  on  the  Isle  of  Wight,  at  Preston,  and  at  Dunbar.     He 

married  Barbara  Abernethy,  daughter  of  the  Bishop  of  Caithness  by  a  daughter  of 

Sir  John  Munay  of  Philiphaugh.     Their  son 



Thomas  RutherKird  of  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston  (died  1 720)  mairied  Susanna  Riddell 

of  Minto,  granddaughter  of  Sir  John  Nisbet  of  Dirleton.     Their  son 
Sir  John  Rutherfurd,  Knt.,  Laird  of  Eldgerston,  married,  firstly,  Elizabeth  Cairncross,  heiress 
of  Colmslie;  secondly,  Sarah,  sister  of  Sir  Alex  Nisbet,  Bart. 

(Eldest  Son) — John  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  Laird  of  Edgerston,  M.  P.  for 
Roxburgshire  1737,  1741,  1754;  married,  Eleanor,  daughter  of  Sir  Gilbert 
Elliot  of  Minto;  raised  a  Comptmy  for  service  in  America  and  was  killed  at 
Battle  of  Ticonderoga,  1758,  under  Abercrombie. 

(Son  of  latter) — John  Rutherfurd  of  that  Ilk,  last  Laird  of  Edgerston,  married 
Mary  Ann,  daughter  of  General  the    Hon.  Alex   Leslie,  brother  of  David, 
Earl  of  Leven  and  Melville;  left  no  issue.  Edgerston  passed  to  William  Oliver, 
son  of  Rutherfurd's  sister  Jane  and  he  assumed  the  name  of  Rutherfurd. 
Thomas  Rutherfurd  (2nd  son  of  Sir  John  Rutherfurd)     manied   Martha  Towne  of  York 

and  died  in  Barbadoes,  1 749.     His  second  son 
Major  John  Rutherfurd  was  born  at  Scarborough,  Yorkshire,  in  1 746;  died  at  his  estate  of 
Mossbumford,  Jedburgh,  1 2th  Jan.,  1830.     Manied,  Eleanor,  daughter  of  Thomas 
Chalke  of  Artane  Grange,  County  of  Dublin.  His  brother,  Richard,  was  a  Captain 
in  the  Royal  Navy    .Major  Rutherfurd  accompanied  an  expedition  from  New  York 
(May  2nd,  1763)  under  command  of  Capt.  Robson  of  the  77th  Regiment  and  Sir 
Robert  Danvers,  for  the  purpose  of  ascertaining  particulars  of  rivers  and  lakes  around 
Detroit;  afterwards  joined  the  42nd  Highland  Regiment  as  Ensign  and  served  30 
years,  rising  to  rank  of  Captain;  was  a  Major  in  the  Volunteers  after  retirement.  His 
Martha  Rutherfurd  (bom  1771)  married  Charles  Robson  of  Samieston  House,  Roxburgh- 
shire.    Their  daughter 
Agnes  Robson,  married  John  Castell  Hopkins  \.  of  Rowchester  House,  Berwickshire;  her 

sister,  Sarah,  married  Rev.  W.  H.  Heudebourck.     [See  Hopkins  lineage.] 
Arms :  Argent  an  orle  gules,  and  in  chief  three  martlets  sable. 
Crest :  A  martlet  sable. 
Motto  :  "Nee  sorte  nee  fato." 

flDontlsambert  of  (Quebec 

pREDERICK  MONTIZAMBERT.  I.  S.  O.,  M.  D..  F.  R.  C.  S.. 
•■•  D.  C.  L.  Director  General  of  Public  Health,  with  rank  of  Deputy- 
Minister  ;  Hon.  Mem.  National  Academy  of  Medicine  of  Mexico ;  Hon. 
Mem.  La  Societe  Frangaise  d'Hygiene  of  France;  Fellow  Imperial  Sanitary 
Institute;  President  American  Public  Health  Assn.,  1 890;  President  Cana- 
dian Medical  Assn.,  1907;  Knight  of  Grace  of  the  Order  of  St.  John  of 
Jerusalem  in  England;  a  Governor  and  member  of  Executive  Council,  Royal 
Victorian  Order  of  Nurses  for  Canada.  (  *  t  ) 

Born  Qyebec,  February  3d,  1 843;  married,  June  1  5,  1 865,  Mary  Jane, 
daughter  of  the  Hon.  William  Walker,  Legislative  Councillor  of  Quebec, 
and  Margaret  Bell,  his  wife.     Issue: 

1 .  Ethel  Margaret,  married  E.  Russell  Hale  of  Quebec. 

2.  Violet  Lucy,  married  Charles  Walker  of  Toronto. 

3.  Harold  St.  John. 

4.  Norman  Hamilton,  died,  Dec.  28,  1904. 



5.  Ella  Frederica,  married  Reginald  Beckett  of  Quebec. 

6.  Rhoda  Mary  Tudor. 

Clubs:  Toronto  Club  (Toronto),  Rideau  Club,  Country  Club,  Royal  Golf 

Club  (Ottawa). 
Residences  :   123  Cooper  St.,  Ottawa;  Cacouna,  Quebec. 


This  family  descends  from  the  du  Lacs  of  the  province  of  Orleans  and  Beauce,  France,  of 
the  XII  century,  through  Claude  Lancelot  du  Lac  de  Montizambert,  whose  domain, 
with  the  Chateau  de  Montizambert,  was  at  Tigy  in  Orleans.  He  married  Susanne 
de  Beauvilliers.  Descendants  of  these  came  to  Canada  in  1633,  one  of  whom 
Pierre  Boucher,  the  first  governor  of  Three  Rivers,  successfully  defended  that  fort 
against  the  Iroquois  in  1653,  for  which  he  was  ennobled  in  1661  by  Louis  XIV. 
Another  descendant,  Pierre  Louis  de  Niverville  de  Montizambert,  had,  by  his  wife 
Therese  Hertel  de  Rouville,  a  son 

Louis  de  Niverville  de  Montizambert  (1775-1834),  born  and  died  at  Quebec,  in  the  Im- 
perial Civil  Service.  He  married  Sarah,  daughter  of  Nathaniel  and  Sarah  (Minot) 
Taylor.  (Nathaniel  Taylor  had  been  Deputy  Naval  Officer  at  the  port  of  Boston, 
Mass.,  but,  on  its  evacuation  by  the  king's  troops,  both  became  loyalist  refugees  to 
Canada.  Sarah  Minot  was  the  grand- daughter  of  Sir  Edward  Winslow,  Governor 
of  Plymouth  Colony,  whose  wife,  Mary  Chilton,  was  said  to  have  been  the  first 
woman  of  the  pilgrim  band  to  land  from  the  Mayflower  on  Plymouth  Rock)  . 

I.  Charles  (1810.78)  marned  Helen  Bell. 



2.  Edward  Louis  (below). 

3.  George  SheaSe  (I8I3>48).  married  Caroline  Cotton;  he  was  a  major  in 

the  British  army;  was  killed  leading  a  "foilorn  hope"  at  the  Siege  of 
Moultan,  India. 
Edward  Louis  Montizambert  (1811-62),  born  and  died  at  Quebec;  Law  Clerk  of    the 
Senate,  Ottawa;  married  Lucy  Irwin  (daughter  of  Chief  Justice  Bowen  of  Quebec). 
Issue  : 

1.  Charles  Edward  (1841-1904),  married  Alice  Lawson  Gibb. 

2.  Frederick  (as  above). 

3.  Louisa  Helen,  born  1850,  married  Edmund  St.  George  Baldwin,  M.  D., 

of  Toronto. 

4.  George  Arthur  ( 1853-4). 

5.  William  Carlisle,  born  1855,  married  Ella  Robertson. 

Arms :  Azure  a  chevron  argent,  in  chief  a  fleur-de-lis  proper  between  two  acorns  or;  in 
base  a  rock  proper  surmounted  of  a  cross  or. 

Crest :  An  acorn  slipped  or. 

Decorations  :  Pendant  from  the  escutcheon  of  Frederick  Montizambert. —  I .  The  badge  of 
the  Imperial  Service  Order;  2.  The  badge  of  the  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem 
in  England. 

Ibenbereon  of  HDontreal 

**  ^  Montreal;  retired  lumber  merchant;  married,  A<atonvale,  Quebec, 
Clzura  Alice,  daughter  of  James  and  Mary  (Harris)  Macalpine  erf  Frederic- 
ton,  N.  B.     Issue : 

1.  Clara  Augusta,  married  Colin  Alexander  Lockerby  of 
Montreal.     Issue  :  Colin  Linton  (died  infant.) 

2.  Harris  Reginald,  married  Violet  Gower.  of  England. 
Issue  :    1.  Huntley  Russell.     2.  Vena  Cora. 

3.  Muriel  Louise  (Tattie),  married  John  GOlespie  Kelly  of 
Orangeville,  Ont.,  and  New  York,  U.  S.  A.  Issue :  I , 
Kathleen  (died  infant).     2.  Barbara. 

4.  William  Macalpine,  married  Ivy  Maud  Andrews  of 
England.     Issue  :  William  Macalpine. 

5.  Albert  Macalpine  (died  young). 

6.  Ethel  May  (died  young). 

7.  Norman  Percy,  married  Dorothy  Rowland  of  Yonkers, 
N.  Y. 

8.  Doris  Edna,  married  Gilbert  (son  of  Charles  Leander, 
and  Helen  Wolie  Doolittle,  professor  of  astronomy, 
University  of  Pennsylvania).  Issue  :  I.  Helen,  2. 



Club  :  The  Canadian  Club,  New  York. 
Residence :  No.  I ,  Post  St..  Yonkers.  N.  Y. 



David  Hendenon,  born  Irwingtown,  Co.  Fermanagh,  Ireland,  a  dmber  merchant,  came  to 
Lower  Canada  in  1820,  settling  in  the  village  of  Champlain  near  Three  River*. 
is  ton 

William  Henderson  (1810-91),  born  liwinstown,  a  timber  merchant  of  Champlain  and 
Montreal,  and  of  the  latter  an  alderman  ( 1868-71),  when  he  was  instrumental  in 
having  the  law  passed  creating  the  Mountain  Park;  he  worked  hard,  with  the  late 
Father  Labelle,  in  effecting  the  construction  of  the  Northern  Colonization  Ry,  to 
St.  Jerome;  a  life  governor  of  the  General  Hospital  and  of  the  Protestant  House  of 
Refuge;  a  charier  member  and  one  of  the  founders  of  the  Irish  Protestant  Benev- 
olent Society.  He  manied,  Batiscan.  Quebec,  Caroline,  daughter  of  Captain  John 
Jameson  [see  below].     Issue  : 

1 .  Eliza  Charlotte,  married,  Montreal,  Thomas  Bjrrd  Pacy  of  Montreal.  luue: 

I.  Alice,  2.  Walter.  3.  David.  4.  Birdie,  5.  Ernest. 

2.  David  Henry  (died  1897),  lumber  and  timber  merchant;  sometime  Pres- 

ident of  the  Irish  Protestant  Benevolent  Society;  he  married  Fanny 
Cecilia  Thompson.  Issue :  I .  Stanley  Henry,  2.  Maude  Caroline. 
3.  Eva  May,  4.  Clarence  William,  S.Gordon  John,  6.  Norman  Lome, 
7.  Fanny  Dorothy,  8.  Phyllis  Marjorie. 

3.  Margaret  (died  aged  12}. 

4.  Sophia  Jane  (died  young). 

5.  William  John  (died  1690}.  lumber  and  timber  merchant,  unmuned. 

6.  Norman  Benjamin  Thomas  (as  above). 



Captain  John  Jameson  [see  above],  of  H.  M.  4th  Foot,  possessed  a  thorough  knowledge  of 
engineering,  which  he  used  to  advantage  in  improving  the  fort  fications  of  Quebec;  he 
married,  Isle  of  Wight,  Charlotte  Paxton  [see  Paxton  Lineage].     Issue  : 

1.  John,  M.  D.,  died,  attending  the  epidemic  of  ship  fever,  Montreal,  1847. 

2.  Henry,  of  H.  M's  Customs,  Montreal. 

3.  Caroline  (died  1869 J,  married  WilHam  Henderson  (above). 

4.  Benjamin,  M.  D.,  married  Virginia  Caron,  of  the  noted  French  family. 

5.  Norman,  lumber  merchant  (died  unmarried). 

Arms :  Gules  three  piles  issuing  from  the  sinister  side  argent,  on  a  chief  of  the  last  a  crescent 

azure  between  two  ermine  spots. 
Crest :  A  cubit  arm  proper,  the  hand  holding  a  mullet  or  ensigned  with  a  crescent  azuie. 
Motto :  "Sola  virtus  nobilitat." 

paiton  Xineage 

Captain  John  (?)  Paxton.  a  British  naval  officer  of  Kingston,  Ont.,  lost  his  life  early  in  the 
19th  century,  when  his  ship  foundered  on  Lake  Ontario  with  all  on  board  (at  the 
time  his  commission  as  commodore  was  on  the  way  from  England).  He  left  two 
children :  His  daughter 

Charlotte  Paxton,  married  Captain  John  Jameson  (see  above);  her  brother  Paxtoa 
had  a  son 

Ethelbert  Paxton  who  married  Miss  Archambault. 

IDaui  of  BrockvlIIe 


AJOR  FRANCIS  LEONARD   VAUX,   M.  D..  Permanent 
Army  Medical  Corps  of  Canada;  Esquire  of  the  Order  of  St.  John 



of  Jerusalem  in  England.  Born,  Brockville,  Ont.,  July  12,  1872.  South 
African  War,  1900-02,  with  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps  (Queen's  medal 
3  clasps.  King's  medal  2  clasps).  Assistant  Ccmmiisioner  in  Manitoba  of 
the  St.  John  Ambulaace  Brigade;  Assistant  Director,  Medical  Services, 
Military  District  No.  10,  Winnipeg.     Anglican.     (*) 

Married,  Ottawa,  Aug.  26,  1905,  Edith,  daughter  of  Robert  Sparks 
C.  E.,  D.  L.  S.  and  Wilhelmina  (Stewart)  his  wife,  both  of  Ottawa.  Issue: 

Edith  Patricia Wellesley,  born  March  31,  19 II. 
Club :  Winnipeg  Hunt  Club. 
Residence  :  The  Roslyn  Road,  Winnipeg,  Man. 


Thomas  Vaux  (circa  1736-86),  gentleman,  born  and  died  Wisbech,  Cambridgihire, 
England.     His  only  issue : 

Thomas  Vaux  (1 766- 1804),  gentleman,  born  and  died  Wisbech;  married  Mary,  daughter 
of  John  Battis.     Issue : 

1.  Hardy,  born  I  792,  lost  at  sea. 

2.  Charlotte  (1796-1826);  lastly 

Thomas  Vaux  (1797-1880),  born  Wisbech;  came  to  Canada.  1815;  settled  near  Hamilton. 
U.  C,  as  tutor;  entered,  aboat  1830,  Civil  Service  of  Upper  Canada,  and  in  1841, 
that  of  the  united  proviaces.  Moved  with  the  seat  of  Government  to  Kingston. 
1841;  and  to  Montreal,  1846,  where  he  helped  at  great  personal  risk  to  save  the 
painting  of  the  Queen,  but  lost  valuable  private  documents  and  family  records 
during  the  incendiary  burning  of  the  Parliamentary  buildings  in  1849  (after 
the  passage  of  the  "Rebellion  Losses  Bill" ).  He  was  subsequently  stationed 
alternately  at  Toronto  and  Quebec,  until  the  Government  was  permanently 
established  at  Ottawa,  where,  after  forty  years  of  service,  he  died.  Of  commanding 
appearance,  and  possessing  a  high  sense  of  duty,  he  was  one  of  the  most  esteemed 
men  in  the  service.  For  many  years  he  was  Accountant  of  the  House  of  Commons;  and 
when  vacant,  the  office  of  Cl-ric  of  the  House  was  tendered  him,  but  his  advanced 
age  compelled  him  to  refuse  it.  He  married  Margaret,  daughter  of  William  Mar- 
shall of  Toronto.     Issue  : 

1.  Thomas,  died  infant. 

2.  Harry  Edward  (below). 

3.  Marshall  (died,  1852,  Quebec). 

4.  Charlott-,  ( 1829-1910).  married    Rev.  Joseph  Hugill  of  Hamilton,  Ont 

5.  Jennie  (1831-1887),  married  Rev.  William  Evans  of  Hamilton.  Ont. 

6.  Sophia,  married  Hon.  W.  E.  Sanford,  Dominion  Senator  of  Hamilton. 
Harry  Edward  Vaux.  M.  D.,  bom.  Kingston,  Ont.,  1843;  educated  U.  C.  College,  Victoria 

University,  and  Toronto  School  of  Medicine;  was  for  some  time  in  the  civil  service; 
practised  at  Aurora,  moved  to  Brockville,  1870;  Surgeon,  42nd  Battalion  1870-1886; 
in  1900  retired  from  practice  and  setiled  in  Toronto.  Residence:  Vauxholm,  Chesnut 
Park,  Rosedale.  He  married  (firstly),  1868,  Mary  Doane  of  Aurora  (died  1869). 
Issue :  Thomas,  died  infant.  Married  (secondly)  Brockville,  1 87 1 ,  Lydia,  daughter  of 
Alexander  and  Emma  (Plimsoll)  Cowan  of  Montreal.     Issue: 

1.  Francis  Leonard  (as  above). 

2.  Constance,  died  infant. 



3.  Wmnifred  Estelle,  born  February  28,  1875:  married  1912,  W.  B.  Alex 

ander  of  New  York. 

4.  Alexander  Cowan,  died  infant. 

5.  Mary  Lilian,  bom,  April  22.  1878;  manied,  1903,  I^.  Muidocb  Mk 

kinnon  of  Ainsley.  Cape  Breton. 

6.  Emma  Plimsoll,  born,  August  14,  1882. 

7.  Stanley  Edward,  died  infant. 

Ann>  (registered  at  Heralds'  College) :  Cheeky  argent  and  gulet,  on  a  chevron  or  thiM 
ro«et  of  the  second. 

Ciest :  A  griffin's  head  erased. 

Motto :  "Hodie  non  eras." 

Decoration  :  Pendant  from  the  escutcheon  of  Major  Francis  Leonard  Vaux  the  badge  of  the 
Order  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  England. 


TV  yjAJOR  ROBERT  GILMOUR  LECKIE.  M.  A.,  I.  M.E.;  bom 
■^  '' ■*■  Renfrewshire,  Scotland,  August,  23,  1 833;  educated  at  the  Glasgow 
High  School,  and  Glasgow  Technical  College.  Came  to  Canada  in  1 856; 
was  managing  director  of  the  Orford  Nickle  and  Copper  Co.  and  (A  the 

Cumberland  Coal  and  Railway  Co.,  and  general  manager  of  the  London- 
derry Iron  Co.  Has  professionally  examined  mines  in  Norway.  Sweden, 
Australia,  Tasmania,  and  New  Caledonia;  is  one  of  the  founders  and  firA 



chairmen  of  the  Federated  Mining  Institute;  past  vice-president  of  the 
American  Institute  of  Mining  Engineers;  member  of  Canadian  Mining  Institute. 
Has  contributed  technical  articles  to  mining  publications.     (  * ) 

Married  Sarah,  daughter  of  the  late  Rev.  John  Edwards.     She  died 
1 894.     Issue : 

1.  Robert  Gilmour  Edwards  (see  below). 

2.  John  Edwards  (see  below). 

3.  Alice  Agnes  (deceased). 

4.  Margaret  Amy  Gilmour.  manied  Bertram  William  Digby 
Gillies,  M.  D.,  of  Vancouver,  B.  C. 

5.  Marion    Annie    Urquhart,    married    the    Rev.    Francis 
Graham  Orchard,  M.  A.  of  Port  Hope,  Ont. 

6.  Edith  Lydia  Louise  (unmarried). 

7.  Florence  Sarah,  married  A.  G.  M.  Mainwaring.  Elsq., 
of  Brockville,  Ont. 

8.  Dorothy  Frances  Worthington,  married  John  Annesley, 
Fleet  Paymaster,  Royal  Navy. 

Clubs  :  Engineers  (New  York),  Canadian  Military  Institute  (Toronto). 
Residence:  Sudbury,  Ont. 

Lieut.  Colonel  Robert  Gilmour  Edwards  Leckie,  B.  Sc;  Mining 
Engineer.  Born  Halifax,  N.  S.,  June  4,  1869.  Educated  at  Bishop's 
College  School,  Lennoxville,  Quebec;  Royal  Military  College,  Kingston, 
Ont.  ("sword  of  honour;"  Governor  General's  medal);  Bachelor  of  Science, 
King's  College,  Windsor,  N.  S.,  1895.  Has  practiced  engineering  in 
Nova  Scotia  and  British  Columbia  since  1 89 1 .  Commanded  a  squadron 
of  2nd  Canadian  Mounted  Rifles,  South  African  War,  1901-2;  conducted 
explorations  in  British  Somaliland,  East  Africa,  during  Mad  Mullah  War, 
1903-4.  Organized  and  raised  72nd  Seaforth  Highlanders  of  Canada, 
1910-1,  and  was  appointed  first  commanding  officer.  Has  contributed  to 
various  technical  publications.     Unmarried.     (  *  ) 

Clubs  :    United  Empire,  London,  Eng.;  United  Service,  Jericho  Country, 
Shaughnessy    Heights  Golf,    Royal   Vancouver  Yacht  Squadron. 
Vancouver;  Canadian  Military  Institute,  Toronto. 
Societies  :    Canadian  Civil  Engineers;  Canadian  Mining  Institute;  American 

Institute  of  Mining  Engineers. 
Residence  :  633  Hastings  St.  W.,  Vancouver,  B.  C. 



Captain  John  Edwards  Leckie,  D.  S.  O.,  B.  Sc,  bora  Acton  Vale, 
Quebec,  February  19,  1872.  Educated  at  Bishop's  College  School,  Len- 

nonville,  Quebec;  Royal  Military  College,  Kingston.  A  mining  engineer. 
Conunanded  a  troop  of  Strathcona's  Horse  (D.S.O.)  and  later  a  squadron 
of  the  2d  Canadian  Mounted  Rifles,  South  African  War.  Captain  72nd 
Regiment,  Seaforth  Highlanders  of  Canada.  Has  written  on  technical 
subjects  to  periodicals.  (  t ) 
Residence :    1 359    Davie   St.,  Vancouver,  B.  C. 


Alwyn,  I  St  Earl  of  Lennox,  son  o(  Atkil  or  Ulkil,  who  is  said  to  be  the  son  of  Maldred, 

ton  of  Maldredor  Malcolm,    King  of  the  Cumbiians,   son  of  Crinan  the  Thane 

{circa  975-1045),  who  married  Princess  Beatrix,  daughter  of  Malcolm  II,  King 

of  Scotland.     Alwyn's  son 

Alwyn,  2nd  Earl  of  Lennox  {^circa  1 130-1216),  married  Lady  Eva  (daughter  of  Gilchrist, 

2ad  Earl  of  Menteith).     His  son 
G)rc  {circa  \  195-1270),  witnessed  charter  of  his  brother,  Earl  of  Maldouen.     His  son 
Murdoch  [circa  \  235- 1310).  called  Murdoch  MacCorc,  had  a  charter  to  the  lands  of  Croy, 

afterwards  called  Croy-Leckie.     His   son 
Duncan  [circa  1270-1333)  had  lands  of  Rahane  and  Altermony  in  the  Leimox;  created 
Hereditary  Sergeant  of  Dumbartonshire  for  services  to  Robert  Bruce,  King  of  Scotland. 
Hi*  SOD 



Malcolm  de  Leky  had  a  charter  from  King  David  II  to  lands  of  Lelcy  (afterward*  Leckie) 
formerly  owned  by  King  Robert  Bruce;  he  was  Hereditary  Sergeant  of  Dumbarton- 
shire.    His  son 

Murdoch  de  Leky  {circa  1330-1405),  of  Leckie,  Rahane,  Altermony,  etc.     His  son 

Murdoch  de  Leky  {circa  1365-1445)  had  a  confirmatory  charter  from  King  Robert  III, 
of  Rahane  and  Altermony,  and  a  confirmatory  charter  from  Robert,  Duke  of  Albany, 
of  Easter  Lecky,     He  married  Margaret  Murray  of  the  Kypmad  family.     His  son 

Sir  Walter  Lecky,  or  Leckie,  fought  for  Charles  VII  and  Joan  of  Arc,  in  France,  against 
the  English;  he  defeated  the  Duke  of  Bedford  at  Lagny  in  1432.     His  son 

Malcolm  Leckie  of  that  Ilk  {circa  1423-85),  married  (firstly)  a  daughter  of  Robert,  Lord 
Fleming;  the  name  of  his  second  wife  was  probably  Cuningham.  By  his  first  wife 
his  son 

James  Leckie  of  that  Ilk  {circa  1450-1514),  had  a  son 

Richard  Leckie  of  that  Ilk  ( 1 475-1 542),  of  Leckie,  Rahane,  Altermony,  Letterbeg,  etc.;  was 
obligated  to  Margaret,  Queen  of  Sco's,  for  safe  keeping  of  Doune  Castle.     His  son 

John  Leckie  of  that  Ilk  (circa  1500-47),  of  Leckie,  Rahane,  Altermony,  Letterbeg, 
Drumfade,  Stuklekky,  etc.,  was  one  of  a  special  bodyguard  to  Queen  Mary,  for 
whom  he  was  fighting  when  killed  at  Pinkiecleugh,  1 0th  September  (He  married 
daughter  of  Sir  Ninian  Seton  of  Touch  and  Tullibody.)     His  son 

Walter  Leckie  of  that  Ilk  (1535-1605),  sold  Rahane  and  Altermony  in  1579  to  Donald 
Campbell  of  Drongie;  he  carried  on  a  deadly  feud  with  the  Grahams  under  the  Earl 
of  Menteith — all  the  Leckies  united  to  fight  the  Graham  clan.  He  married  (firstly) 
Agnes,  daughter  of  William  Cuningham  of  Glengarnok,  and  great-great-grandaughter 
of  Princess  Mary,  daughter  of  Robert  III.  He  married  (secondly),  1597  (with 
consent  of  his  son  Alexander),  Margaret,  daughter  of  Alexander  Livingston  of 
Pantosken.     His  son  by  the  first  marriage 

Alexander  Leckie,  of  that  Ilk  {circa  1560-1601),  was  murdered  by  Alexander  Lindsay  of 
Dunrod.    He  married  Euphemia,  daughter  of  George  Maxwell  of  Newark.    His  ton 

Alexander  Leckie,  of  that  Ilk,  carried  on  the  feud  against  the  Maxwells  and  Lindsays,  and 
finally  dispossessed  Alexander  Lindsay,  of  Dunrod,  of  his  estate.  He  married  Grizel, 
daughter  of  Sir  John  Murray  of  Polmais.     His  son 

John  Leckie,  last  of  that  Ilk  {circa  1626-70),  married  Jean,  daughter  of  Sir  George 
Buchanan  (and  sister  of  John,  the  last  Buchanan  of  that  Ilk).  He  lost  the  estate  of 
Leckie,  which  was  transferred  to  David  Moir.     His  son 

John  Leckie  was  baptised  in  1666.     His  son 

Robert  Leckie  married  Elspel  Micklehouse.     His  son 

John  Leckie  was  baptised  in  1716,  and  married  Isobel  Henderson.  He  died  in  Leckie 
before  1 767.     His  son 

Robert  Leckie,  born  in  Leckie,  1 748;  removed  to  Glasgow  and  there  married  Margaret 
Knox  in  1 784.     His  son 

Robert  Leckie,  born  1797;  married  (firstly)  Miss  Deans;  (secondly)  Margaret,  daughter  of 
Captain  John  Gilmour;  (thirdly)  Jane  Wright;  he  was  a  Justice  of  the  Peace  and  a 
Baillie  in  PoUockshas.    His  son,  by  the  second  marriage,  was 

Major  Robert  Gilmour  Leckie  (as  above'. 

Arms  (as  matriculated.  1912,  to  Major  Robert  Gilmour  Leckie  by  Sir  James  Balfour  Paul, 
Lyon  King  of  Arms) :  Argent,  on  a  chevron  between  three  roses  gules,  barbed  and 
seeded  vert,  a  spur  or.     Crest :  An  anchor  or  cabled  gules. 

Motto  (over  the  crest) :  "Gubernat  navem  deus." 

Arms  (as  borne  by  Captain  John  Edwards  Leckie,  D.  S.  O.)  :  Same  as  above,  differenced 
by  a  crescent;  pendant  from  the  shield  the  badge  of  the  Distinguished  Service  Order. 

Note :  This  pedigree  has  been  established  by  records  and  charters  in  the  British  Museum 
and  elsewhere:  also  from  a  pamphlet  on  the  Lairds  of  Leckie  by  W,  E.  Cook  of  Stirling; 



and  from  parish  records  o(  Gargunnock,  Stirlingshire.  Regarding  the  ancestry  of  Alwyn, 
1st  Eail  of  Lennox,  authorities  differ;  Crawford  and  Nesbit  stating  him  to  be  descended, 
throtigh  Arkil,  from  Arkii,  son  of  Egfrith,  the  great  Northumbrian  baron,  who  defied 
William  the  Conqueror.  Another  tradition  based  on  a  Gaelic  poem  by  Murdoch  Albanach 
(I  ISO*  1220)  make*  liim  5th  in  descent  from  Lughaidh,  King  of  Munster,  Ireland. 

3arvl0  of  Toronto 

EDWARD  /EMILIUS  JARVIS  bom  in  Yonge  Street,  County  of 
York,  Ontario,  April  25th  I860.  Banker  for  20  years  in  the 
service  of  the  Bank  of  Hamilton  and  latterly  Inspector  of  the  Traders  Banks 
of  Canada,  Toronto.  Since  then  head  of  the  firm  of  /Emilius  Jarvis  &  Co., 
Bankers  and  investment  Brokers,  Toronto;  President  of  the  Canadian  Loco- 
motive Company,  Limited;  Vice-President  of  the  British  Columbia  Packers 
Association;  a  Director  in  many  other  Companies,  Comodore  of  the  Royal 
Canadian  Yacht  Club,  which  office  he  has  held  for  many  years.  (  t) 

Married  1 4th  October  1 886,  Elizabeth  Margaret  Harriett  Augusta, 
daughter  of  Sir  /Emilius  Irving,  K.  C,  and  Augusta  Louisa  Gugy,  daughter 
of  Colonel  Conrad  Gugy,  Quebec.     Issue  : 

1 .  Mary  Powell,  bom  3 1  st  October,  1 888. 

2.  Bertha  Margaret,  bom  18th  July.  1890. 



3.  William  Dummer  Powell,  born  31st  March,  1892. 

4.  /Emilius  Irving,  born  1 6th  February,  1 894. 

5.  Augusta  Louisa,  born  I  3th  June,  1896. 

6.  Saniiiel  Peters,  born  24th  July,  1903. 

Clubs :  Royal  Canadian  Yacht  Club;  Toronto  Club;  York  Club,  Toronto 
Hunt;  Queen  City  Yacht  Club,  Toronto;  Royal  Hamilton  Yacht 
Club,  (Hamilton.  Ont.);  Royal  St.  Lawrence  Yacht  Club,  (Mont- 
real); Royal  London  Yacht  Club,  Royal  Thames  Yacht  Club, 
London,  England;  Frontenac  Club,  (Kingston,  Ont). 

Societies:  Ancient  Free  and  Accepted  Masons. 

Residences :  "Hazelburn,"  Prince  Aithur  Ave.,  Toronto;  "Snug  Harbor," 
Chippewa  Ave.,  Toronto  Island;  "Hazelburn  Farm,"  York  County 
Aurora  P.  O.,  Ont. 


William  Jarvis  (botn  about  1666),  of  Huntington,  Long  Island,  died  1740.  He  was  sup- 
posed to  be  a  son  of  Stephen  Jarvis,  who  bought  lands  from  the  Indians  in  Long 
Island.  His  will  states  him  to  be  of  "the  County  of  Suffolke  on  the  Island  of  Nassau 
in  the  Province  of  New  York" — now  Long  Island.  He  married  Elsther — .  His  eld- 
est ion  died  young.     His  second  son 

Captain  Samuel  Jarvis  f  1698-1779).  an  officer  in  the  Colonial  Militia;  he  married  Naomi 
Brush  of  Coldspring,  L.  I.     His  eldest  son  wets 

Samuel  Jarvis  ( 1 720-83).  He  and  his  sons  were  royalists  during  the  Revolutionary  War; 
was  Town  Clerk  of  Stamford.  Conn.,  1 760-75.  He  manied  Martha  Seymour.  Hi» 
son  ■w^& 

William  (Mr.  Secretary  J  Jarvis  (1756-1817),  the  founder  of  the  family  in  Upper  Canada. 
He  married,  1 785,  Hanna  Owen,  daughter  of  the  Rev.  Samuel  Peters,  a  loyalist; 
served  as  cornet  in  the  first  (American)  Regiment  or  Queens  Rangers  Dragoons  un- 
der Lieut.  Col.  John  Graves  Simcoe;  he  was  wounded  at  Brandywine.  On  the 
withdrawal  of  the  British  troops  from  the  American  Colonies,  he  went  to  England, 
and  took  a  commission  in  the  Army;  in  1 792  was  appointed  Secretary  and  Registrar 
of  Upper  Canada — hence  his  appellation.  He  and  his  family  sailed  in  the  troop- 
ship •*Henicker"  to  Sorel,  Quebec,  and  were  nearly  wrecked.  He  settled  at  the 
new  capital,  Newark  ( Niagara-on-the-Lake).  He  was  Grand  Master  Mason;  all 
the  early  Masonic  warrants  in  Ontario  bear  his  signature  and  are  known  as  the 
"Jarvis  Warrants."     He  died  in  York.    His  son 

Col.  Samuel  Peters  Jarvis,  who  was  second  of  the  name,  the  first  having  died  in  youth, 
(1792-1857),  born  Newark.  Upper  Canada.  He  was  noted,  even  when  quite 
young,  having  been  adopted  as  a  Missisaga  Indian;  he  was  a  famous  shot.  He  married 
Mary  Boyles,  daughter  of  Hon.  William  Dummer  Powell  (q.v.).  He  practised  law; 
was  Clerk  of  the  Crown  in  Chancery;  and  Chief  Superintendent  of  Indian  affairs. 
He  served  in  the  war  of  1812,  and  was  present  at  the  taking  of  Detroit  f  medal  and 
clasp)  and  at  the  battles  of  Queenston  Heights,  Lundy's  Lane,  and  Stony  Creek,  Af- 
ter Stony  Creek  he  was  in  command  of  the  escort  of  the  captured  American  General 
Winfield  Scott,  he  saved  the  latter  from  being  killed  by  the  Indians.  During  the  Re- 
bellion of  1837.  he  raised  and  commanded  another  regiment  of  Queens  Rangers,  and 
was  present  at  the  affair  of  Montgomery's  Tavern,  and  at  the  cutting  out  of  the  "Caxo- 



line"  on  the  Niagara  River.  He  was  Judge  Advocate  in  the  trial  of  the  Fenian  prisoner 
General  Sutherland.  As  a  youth  he  shot  a  son  of  Surveyor  General  Ridout  in  a 
duel,  near  the  N.  W.  corner  of  Yonge  and  College  Sts.,  Toronto,  but  was  exonerat- 
ed on  the  field.  He  attacked  William  L.  Mackenzie's  printing  office  and  threw  the  type 
into  Toronto  Bay,  because  of  an  article  in  the  letter's  paper  on  the  "Family  Com- 
pact,'  in  which  the  female  members  of  his  family  were  introduced  Jarvis  Street 
was  named  after  him.     He  had  five  sons  and  four  daughters.     His  eldest  son 

Maj.  General  Samuel  Peters  Jarvis  [1820-1905)  was  educated  for  the  law,  but,  owing  to 
his  being  instrumental  in  saving  the  life  of  Lord  Morpeth,  while  bathing  in  the 
Georgian  Bay,  he  obtained  through  the  latter,  and  by  the  help  of  Lord  Wellington, 
a  commission  as  Ensign  in  the  Royal  Canadian  Rifle  Regiment,  but  later  exchanged 
to  the  82d  at  Halifax,  and  served  with  it  through  the  Indian  Mutiny,  He  was  at 
the  Relief  of  Lucknow  and  many  other  engagements  (medal,  clasp,  and  brevet 
majority);  was  sometime  Adjutant  of  rhe  Staff  college  at  Sandhurst.  Retired  from 
his  regiment  and  accepted  appointment  as  Assistant  Adjutant  General  of  the  Militia 
in  Canada  with  rank  of  Lieutenant  Colonel.  In  the  first  Riel  Rebellion  he  took  com- 
mand of  the  Ontario  Battalion,  and  was  in  supreme  command  until  the  arrival  of 
Lord  Wolseley;  was  Commandant  of  the  ganison  at  Fort  Garry  until  the  with- 
drawal of  troops  from  Manitoba,  when  he  was  created  a  C.  M.  G.  and  gazetted, 
1875,  Colonel  in  the  Imperial  Army;  in  1878  was  sent  on  a  special  service  to  South 
Africa  and  was  in  command  of  the  Colonial  troops  in  the  Kaffir  War  (medal  and 
clasp);  later  retired  with  rank  of  Major  General.  He  married  Rennee  Wilson.  He 
died  at  Bath  without  issue.     His  brother 

William  Dummer  Powell  (1821-60),  a  prominent  barrister  of  Guelph,  Ont.,  married  Diana 
(daughter  of  the  Hon.  Jacob  /Emelius  Irving,  Captain  of  the  1 3th  Hussars).  A 
good  shot,  and  a  noted  swimmer;  he  swam  across  the  Niagara  River  and  back,  just 
below  the  American  Fall.     Issue  : 

\.  William  Irving,  born  1853. 

2.  Edward  v'Emilius  (as  above). 

3.  Mary  /Emilia. 

4.  Augusta  Louisa. 

Arms :   Vert,  six  ostrich  plumes  three  two  and  one  erect  argent. 

Crest :  Two  lions'  heads  erased  addorsed;  the  dexter  or  the  sinster  azure,  jointly  collared  and 
chained  per  pale  counter- changed. 

Motto :  "Sans  Dieu  rien." 

Ipowell  Xineaae 

This  family  originated  in  Co.  Montgomery,  Wales;  the  family  name  ap  Howell  was  Angliciz- 
ed to  Powell. 

Thomas  Powell,  a  Cavalier,  had  a  son 

John  Powell  (died  1 740)  of  Bank  Ho.  Co.  Salop:  born  near  Shrewsbury;  married  Susan 
(daughter  of  Jeremiah  Dummer,  a  Roundhead  silversmith  of  London,  who  later  emi- 
grated to  Boston — his  son  William  Dummer  became  Governor  of  Boston).   His  son 

John  Powell  (1716-94),  Navy  Adjutant,  born  Boston,  married  Jane,  daughter  of  Sir 
Seutonius  Grant  of  Rhode  Island.     Their  son 

Chief  Justice  William  Dummer  Powell  (1755-1834)  ^orn  Boston,  married  Anne,  daughter 
of  J.  Murray  M.,  D.,  of  Norwich  England.  Educated  in  Holland;  studied  law  in 
Boston;  called  to  the  Middle  Temple  1779;  migrated  to  Montreal.  Sent  to  England 



on  an  interprovincial  boundary  matter;  1 787,  appointed  foA  Judge  in  Upper  Canada; 
lived  in  Detroit,  then  British  territory,  until  1 796;  created  Chief  Juatice  o{  Upper 
Canada,  1815.     His  daughter 
Mary  Boyles  Powell,  born  1791,  married  Col.  Samuel  Peter  Jarvis  (q.v.). 

Arms  :  Quarterly;  1st  and  4th.  per  (esse  or  and  argent  a  lion  rampant  gules  ( (or  Powell ); 
2nd,  azure  three  fleur-de-Iys  or  on  a  chief  of  the  last  a  demi>h'on  rampant  issuant 
sable  (for  Dummer);  3rd,  gules  three  ancient  uowns  within  a  bordure  engrailed 
or  (for  Grant). 

Crest:  The  sun  or  above  clouds  proper. 
Motto:  "Aude." 

^ravcrsi»lewl9  of  ©ttawa 

JOHN  TRAVERS-LEWIS.  born  Brockvaie.  1857.  B.  A.  (Trinity, 
Toronto)  1878.  D.  C.  L.  1898;  Barrister  1882;  Kings  Counsel 
1908;  President  Ottawa  Bar  Association  1910-1  1;  in  1903,  was  Co- 
Delegate  to  Imperial  Universities  Conference  in  England  (with  Sir  Gilbert 
Parker,  M.  P.):  thrice  President  of  Rideau  Club,  Ottawa;  a  Governor  of 
Trinity  University;  appointed  by  Earl  Grey  a  life  member  of  the  Elxecutive 
of  Victorian  Order  of  Nurses;  Chancellor  of  the  Diocese  of  Ottawa  since 
1 896;  presented  to  late  King  Edward  1 908;  was  Conservative  Campaign 
Secretary,  under  Chief- Whip  Hon.  G.  H.  Perley,  in  Canadian  General 
Elections  1911;  was  Canadian  Co-Delegate  (with  Sir  Edmund  Walker) 



to  InternationaJ  Peace  Centenary  Conference  in  Washington  and  New  Y  ork 
in  1913,  under  Presidency  of  Lord  Weardale;  one  of  the  leaders  of 
Canadian  Bar;  and  a  director  of  several  Companies.  (*J) 

Married  Mary  Ethel,  daughter  of  Collingwood  Schreiber,  C.  M.  G., 
Ottawa,  1884.     Issue: 

1.  Allan  Collingwood  Travers-Lewis,  bom  1885,  graduate 
R.  M.  C  1907,  barrister  1910,  Adjutant  8th  Brigade. 
Royal  Canadian  Artillery;  unmarried. 

2.  John  Travers-Lewis,  born  1891,  graduate  R.  M.  C. 
1911.  B.  Sc.  (McGill)  1913,  an  electrical  engineer, 

1 .  Norah,  married,  1 909,  T.  Franklin  Ahearn,  Ottawa,  and 
has  issue  Thomas  Travers,  born  1911,  and  a  daughter. 

2.  May. 

3.  Eva  Travers. 

Clubi:     Rideau,   Country,  and   Royal  Ottawa  Golf  Clubs. 
Universities  Club,  London,  Eng. 

Residence :    413  Laurier  Ave.  East,  Ottawa. 





David  Lewis,  detcendant  of  an  ancient  Welsh  (amiiy  of  Carmarthenshire,  settled  at  Water- 
ford,  Ireland,  in  the  middle  of  the  1 7th  century.  He  became  alderman  once,  and 
mayor  six  times;  he  was  sheriff  in  1693.     He  died  1718.     His  son 

Thomas  Lewis,  of  Oldcastle,  Co.  Cork,  married,  1 728,  Joan,  daughter  of  Francis  Radle>  • 
of  Knockraur,  Co.  Cork.     He  died  1 740 .     His  eldest  son 

Henry  Lewis,  born  1732,  died  1810;  married,  1 77 1 ,  Margaret,  daughter  of  Richard  Edward 
Hull,  J.  P.,  Lemcon  Manor,  Co.  Cork.     His  only  son 

Richard  Lewis,  born  1774,  died  1812,  married,  1797,  Catherine,  daughter  and  sole  heiress  of 
John  Travers,  of  Ganydoyne  Castle,  Co.  Cork.     His  eldest  son 

Rev.  John  Lewis.  M.  A.  (Trinity,  Dublin ),  Rector  of  St.  Ann's,  Shandon,  Co. Cork,  born 
at  Garrycloyne  Castle,  September  10,  1798;  manied  1823,  Rebecca,  daughter  of 
John  Lawless,  of  Kolcrone,  Cloyne,  Co.  Cork.     He  died  1833.     His  eldest  son 

The  Most  Rev.  John  Travers  Lewis,  born  at  Garrycloyne  Castle,  June  20,  1 825;  ordained 
piiest  1849,  in  which  year  he  came  to  Canada  as  a  Missionary  at  Hawkesbury, 
Upper  Canada;  rector  Brockville,  1854;  consecrated  first  Bishop  of  Ontario  1862; 
Metropolitan  of  Canada;  and  Archbishop  of  Ontario  1 893.  Author  and  promoter 
of  the  Lambeth  Couference  of  Bishops.  He  manied  (firstly),  1851,  Anne  Henri- 
etta Margaret,  daughter  of  the  Hon.  Henry  Sherwood,  Q.  C,  Attorney-General  of 
U.  C.  She  died  1886.  (Secondly)  Ada  Maria,  daughter  of  Evan  Leigh,  C.  E., 
of  Manchester,  England,  LL.  D.  (in  course)  T.  C.  D.,  D.  D.  Oxon.,  D.  C.  L. 
TTrinity).  Died  May  6th,  1901,  at  sea.  Buried  at  Hawkhurst,  Kent,  Elngland. 
Issue  by  first  marriage  only: 

1 .  John  Travers  (as  above ) . 

2.  Clement  Sherwood,  born  1869,  a  J.  P.,  Canadian  Yukon,  unmarried. 

3.  Henry  Sherwood  (1864-6). 

4.  Hamilton  (1866-84),  drowned  at  Ottawa. 

5.  Elrnesl  (died  young). 

1.  Annie  Rebecca  Mary  (1852-55). 

2.  Charlotte  Sherwood  (born  1855),  married,  1875,  to  Robert  Craigie  Hamil- 

ton (St.  John's,  Oxon.),  4th  son  of  George  Hamilton  (1824-56), 
and  had  issue  one  son,  Robert  Craigie,  Lieut.  R.  N.,  and  5  daughters. 
She  died  in  1903.     (See  Hamilton  of  Ham  wood,  Quebec.  J 

3.  Mary  (1859-85),  married  Francis  Hilton-Green,  of  Montreal,  and  had 

issue  one  son,  Francis,  in  H.  M.  Gloucester  Regiment. 

4.  Rebecca  Olivia,  born  1 863,  married,  1 889,  Llewellyn  Foster  Loyd,  J.  P. 

(Eton  and  Christ  Church,  Oxon.),  of  Lillesden,  Hawkhurst,  Kent, 
England,  and  has  issue  three  sons  and  a  daughter. 

5.  Eva,  of  Cravenhurst,  Napier  Gardens,  Hythe,  England. 

6.  Ethel  Maude  (1868-75). 

Arms:  Quarterly:  1  and  4,  Argent  a  chevron  between  three  fleur-de-Iys  gules  (for  Lewis); 

2  and  3,  sable  a  chevron  between  two  escollops  in  chief,  and  a  boar's  head  couped 

in  base  argent  (for  Travers). 
Crest:  A  lion  rampant  proper. 
Motto:  "Amicus  omnibus." 



Moo^ru€r  of  St  (Tatbarined 

'yHOMAS  ADAMS  WOODRUFF.  Physician.  Bom.  St.  Cathar- 
■■•  ines,  Ont.,  June  4,  1 865;  educated  at  York  Academy,  Niagara,  and 
Upper  Canada  College,  Toronto;  matriculated  at  Toronto  University;  studied 
medicine  at  McGill  University;  graduated,  1 888,  with  degree  of  M.  D., 
C.  M.  Attended  the  hospitals  in  London,  Berlin,  and  Gottingen.  In  1 890 
took  degree  L.  R.  C.  P.  at  London.  Settled  in  Chicago,  III.,  1 890,  success- 
ful in  general  practice  until  1 894;  the  following  two  years  were  spent  in  at- 
tending the  eye,  ear,  nose,  and  throat  hospitals  in  Vienna  and  London;  re- 
turning to  Chicago,  devoted  practice  exclusively  to  ophthalmology.  Formerly 
professor  of  ophthalmology  in  Post-Graduate  Medical  School;  formerly  edi- 
torial secretary  of  the  Ophthalmic  Record;  author,  with  Dr.  Casey  Wood,  of 
"Conunoner  Diseases  of  the  Eye;"  author  of  several  papers  relating  to  ophthal- 
mology; on  the  editorial  staff  of "  Ophthalmology^;  "Fellow  of  American  College 
of  Surgeons;  Fellow  of  American  Medical  Association,  was  Third  Vice- 
President  in  1 908;  member  of  Chicago  Ophthalmological  Society,  was  Pres- 
ident in  1 908;  member  of  Illinois  State  Medical  Society;  Fellow  American 
Academy  of  Medicine;  Fellow  American  Academy  of  Ophthalmology;  Vice- 
President  of  Illinois  Society  for  Prevention  of  Blindness  and  Conservation  of 
Vision;  Ophthalmic  Surgeon  to  St.  Luke's  Hospital;  Member:  Western  Eco- 
Domic  Society,  Chicago  Association -of  Commerce,  Zeta  Psi  Fraternity, 



British  Empire  Association;  President  Canadian  Club  of  Chicago;  Member 
McGill  Alumni  Association;  Surgeon  of  Society  of  Colonial  Wars  of  Illinois; 
First  Lieutenant  in  Medical  Reserve  Corps  of  the  United  States  Army. 

Married,  Feb.  7,    1914,  Mrs.  Caroline  Mabel  Ogden,  daughter  of 
John  M.  and  Georgiana  Stearns  Wright. 
Clubs:  Chicago,  Calumet  (President  1908-12),  University,  South  Shore 

Office:  30  North  Michigan  Boulevard,  Chicago,  111. 
Residences:    Chicago  Beach  Hotel,  Chicago;  (summer)    New   London, 


Matthew  Woodruff  landed  in  America  in  1636;  was  one  of  the  eighty-four  original 
proprietor*  of  Farmington,  Conn.     He  married  Hannah — .  He  died   1682.     luue: 

1.  John  (1642-92). 

2.  Matthew  (1646-92)  below. 

3.  Hannah,  born  1648,  married  Richard  Seymour. 

4.  Ellizabeth,  born  1651-2.  Married  John  Broughton  of  Northamptoo. 

5.  Mary,  born  1654. 

6.  Samuel  (1661-1 742J.     Married  Rebecca  Qark. 
Matthew  Woodruff  (1646- 1692);  married,  1668.  Mary  Plumb.     Issue: 

1.  Matthew  (1668-1751). 

2.  Mary,  born  1670, 

3.  John,  bom  1672. 

4.  Sarah,  bora  1674. 

5.  Samuel  (1677-1732);  married  Mary  Judd. 

6.  Ellizabeth,  born  1679,  married  Joha  Shepatd. 

7.  Hannah,  born  1681. 

8.  Nathaniel,  born  1686-7;  below. 

9.  Joseph  (1689-1737). 

Nathtniel  Woodruff  (1686-7- 1 758),  born  Farmington,  G>na.;  removed  to  Litchfield;  mar- 
ried, 1709,  Thankful,  daughter  of  Benjamin  and  Thankful  Woodward  Wright  of 
Northampton,  Mass.  Ensign,  1733;  Lieutenant,  1736;  Captain,  1738,  of  First 
Company  of  Foot  of  Litchfield  Regiment.     Issue: 

1.  Eunice  (1710-93).  married  Zebulon  Gibbs. 

2.  Dmah  (1712-%),  married  Benjamin  Gibbs. 

3.  Thankful,  bom  1714. 

4.  Benjamin  (1715-62). 

5.  Jacob  (1717-90). 

6.  Charles  (1720-1802). 

7.  Thankful,  bom  1 722,  married  (firstly)  —  Shepard,  (secondly)  Alexander 


8.  Sarah  ( 1 725-99),  manied  Gideon  Harrison. 

9.  Nathaniel,  Jr.  (below). 

Nathaniel  Woodruff,  Jr.  (1728-1807),  bom  Litchfield;  manied  (firstly)  Mary,  daughter  of 
Samuel  Kilbora,  (secondly)  Martha  Umberfield;  served  on  Committee  of  Safety 
during  Revolutionary  War,  1 774-6.     Issue  by  first  wife : 

1.  Sarah,  married  Ezra  Plumb,  Jr. 

2.  Hannah,  married — Pierce. 

3.  Samuel,  bom  1753. 

4.  Anne,  married  Abel  Darlings 



5.  Thankful,  married  Nathaniel  Brown. 

6.  Nathaniel. 

7.  Sybil,  married  Levi  Gtannis. 

8.  Rhoda. 

9.  Asenath,  married  (firstly)  Jamei  Buel,  (secondly) — Grant. 

10.  Elzekiel  (below)- 

1 1.  Mary,  manied)  John  Russel. 

Ezekiel  Woodruff  (1763-1837),  born  July  29.  at  Litchfield;  graduate  of  Yale  CollcKe;  a 
lawyer;  married,  June  30,  1782,  Sarah,  daughter  of  Capt.  Giles  Stocker  Hall,  of 
Middletown,  Conn.;  moved,  July  1795,  to  Newark(now  Niagara-on-the-Lake,  Ont.). 
Died  at  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.     Issue : 

1.  Sarah  (1783-1864).    Married  (firstly)  1803,  James  Maitland;  (secondly) 

Samuel  De  Veaux,     founder  of  De  Veaux  College,  Niagara  Falls, 

N.  Y. 

2.  Richard  ( 1 784- 1 872).  born  April  16;  died  Nov.  30;  married  Ann  Clement. 

born  1 788.     Issue  : 

1.  Joseph  Clement,  born  Dec.  9.  1808;  died  Nov.  30,    1889;  married 

Feb.  1831,  Sarah  Shaw.     Issue: 

n.  George  Wellington,  born  Aug.  31,  1832;  died  Feb.  10,  1895; 
married  Rachel  Close.     No  issue. 

b.  Richard  Henry,  born  Feb.  3,  1834;  died  Jan.  29.  1836. 

c\  William  Walter,  born  May  I.  1836;  died  March  23,  1907;  mar- 
ried, Nov.  5,  1 862,  Susan  Backinstose.  issue  :  Jessie,  died 
aged  12;  Gertrude,  died  aged  9. 

if.  Theodore  Warren,  born  Oct.  6,  1840;  manied.  May  23.  1878. 
Mrs.  Campbell. 

f.  Sarah  De  Veaux,  born  Dec.  29,  1844;  died  June  25,  1875;  mar- 
ried  William  McKay.  Oct.  19,  1871.     No  issue. 

2.  Sarah  M.,  born  1811,  died  Feb.  9,  1834;  married — Swan.  No  issue. 

3.  William   Henry,  bom  Sept.  3.  1814;  died  Aug,  7.    1897;    manied 

1841-2,  Maiy  Secord.     Issue: 
a.  Margaret  Elizabeth,  born  Sept.  5,  1642.  married  Oct.  24,  1665, 

Josiah  Packard.    Issue:  Elizabeth,  born  1868  (married,  1901, 

C.  C.  Wheeler,  has  children,  Henry  A.  and  Mary  Elizabeth); 

Mary  Secord.  born  1869;  Ambrose,  born  1870  (married.  1902; 

Helen  Imbrie);  Josiah  Woodruff  (1872-83);    Rhoda,  born 

1875;  Sarah,  born  1881;  William,  born   1883,  died  inlam; 

Kirke,  born  1886. 
d.  Henry  Augustus,  born  Oct.  6,  1845;  married  Theresa  Clement. 

Issue:    Robert,  born  1876  (married — Goring);  Mabel,  born 

1878;  William,  born  1882;  Augusta,  born  1885. 
c.  Richard  Eldgar,  born  March  11,  1847;  married  Aug.    II,    1875, 

Jane  Sammons.     Issue:  Helena  born,  1877. 
</.  David  William,  born  Jan.  10,  1849;  died  Sept.  8,  1904;  married 

Dec.  14,  1875,  Josephine  Woodruff.  Issue:  Frederick,  born  1877; 

Archibald,   born    1880  (married    1909,    Ida   Saunders,  has 

daughter,  Nora  Helena,  bom  1909j. 
^.  Anne  Helena,  bom  Dec.  28,  1850. 
/.  Marion  Caroline,   bom  May  23,   1854;  married  Oct.  9,   1685, 

James  Jones.     Issue:  Victor,  born  1887  (manied,  1909,  Edyth 

Groom,  has  daughter,  Naomi,,  born   1910);  Marion,  born 

Oct.  7,  1890  (manied  T.  H.  Ward). 
^.  Ella  Victoria,  bora  Sept.   15.   1857;  manied  Jan.,  1886,  Oliver 

S.  Pew. 



4.  Richaid  Napoleon,  born  1815;  died  Aug.  8.   1866;  married.    1838, 
Deborah  Field,     htue: 
a.  George,    bom    May  24.  1840;    died  Nov.    23.    1900;    married 

Hannah  Lowny. 
^.  John,  bom  Feb.  7.  1841. 
c.  Richard,  bom  May   I.   1643;  married  Georgina  Rogers.     Imik: 

Maud,  born  1876;  Ethel,  born  1879. 
</.  Maria,  born  Nov.  22.  1846;  died  1906;  married  George  Pelley. 

Issue:  Curds,  bom  1876. 
f.  Gilbert,  bom  Jan.  II,  1849. 
/.  Ann,  bom  Feb.  15.  1852;  died  Oct.  16.  1874. 
^.  Sarah,  born  March  4,  1857;  married — Kennedy, 
y^.  Waiiam,  bora  Feb.  2,  1859. 
t.  Frank,  born  July  2,  1862;  married,  1901,  Hattie  Lowry. 

5.  John,  born  1819;  died  Match  28.  1856;  mairied  Mary  CoUard.  IsMie: 

a.  Margaret,  born  1852;  married  Bruce  Kennedy.     Issue:  William; 

Rose;  Grace;  Bertha;  Claude. 
/>.  Richard,  bom  1655;  married  Nannie  Cook.     Issue:  John;  Richard; 

Maud;  George;  Joseph;  Burton. 

6.  James  Counter,  born  April  2,   1826;  died  Sept.  29.    1866;  married 

ici'rca)  1856.  Eliza  Thompson.     Issue: 
a.  Josephine,  bom  1851;  mairied  David  Woodruff.   Issue:  Frederick. 

/".  Mary  Alice;  born  1852;  married.  1876.  Peter  Hume.  Issue:  Mamie; 

C.  Albert  James,  born  1854. 
«/.  Anne  ( 1 855- 1 902);  married  ( firstly  J  Stephen  Bell.  Issue :  William; 

Leila  (married  L.  H.  Pike,  has  son   Robert   L.);  married 

(secondly)  Robert  Robinson.    Issue:  Alice,  born  1891; Rob. 

ertR.,  born  1894. 

f.  Ursen  Harvey,   born    1856;   married,    1681.  E.dith  Wadsworth. 

Issue:  Ernest,  born  1685;  Edith.  1889. 
/.  Julia  A.  1860.11. 

g.  Emma  A.,  born  1862. 
/i.  Caroline  L.,  born  1665. 

1.  James  Richard,  bora  1667;  married  Aug.  14. 1890.  Elizabeth  Qement. 
Issue:  George,  bora  1891;  Cecil,  bom  1893;  Jessie  E.,  born 
1694;  Ursen  C.  bora  1897;  Hudson  U.  born  1900;  Edith, 
bora  1901;  Peter  Hume,  bora  1904;  Herbert  N..  bom  1905; 
Richard  (1908-8);  John  T.,  bora  1909;  Margaret  E.,  born 

7.  Margaret  Ann,  born  1628;  died   April  24,    1851;  married.    1848; 

Samuel  Zimmermaru     Issue:  John  Z.;  Richard. 

8.  Samuel,  born  1829;  died  May  29,  1889;  married  Jane  Cooper.  Issue: 

a.  Richard  N.,  born  1848. 

d.  James  (1849-52). 
t.  John  (1849-49). 

^.  Sylvester,  bom  1856. 

e.  Margaret  L.,  born  1857. 

/.  Emma  R.  born  1658;  married  Charles  F.  Peters,  1879. 

3.  Maria  (1786-1805),  married  Samuel  De  Veaux,  who  afterwards  married 

her  sister  Sarah. 

4.  Henry  Augustus,  bom  Middletown,  Conn.,  July  6,  1790;  died  Sept.  30, 

1864:  married.  Feb.  29,  1811,  Olive  Edwards.     Issue: 



1.  Wellington  (1816-23). 

2.  Richard  Hall  (1818-54);  marrJed.  1849,  Rhoda  Smith. 

3.  Maria  De  Veaux,  born  Sept.  4,  1821;  married  Sept.  15.  1848,  D.  C. 

Haynes  (he  died  April  10,  1875);  she  resides  in  St.  Catharines. 

4.  William  Edwards,  born  Dec.  10,  1824;  died  Feb.  12,  1899;  married 

May  27,  1858,  Caroline  (born  1836),  daughter  of  Elias  Hubbard 
and  Elizabeth  Nichols  Ely   of   New   York,   N.  Y.   (she  died 
March  7,  1871).     issue: 
a.  Edward  Haynes  W.,  born  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  April  21,  1859; 

graduate  in  medicine,  McGill;  B.  A.  Harvard;  lives  in  St. 


5.  John  (1827-27). 

6.  Henry  Augustus,  born  Jan.  17,  1828;  surgeon  in  U.  S.  Army,  killed 

in  the  Battle  of  the  Wilderness,  May  26,  1864;  married.  Dec.  4, 
1859.  Virginia  Rachel  Peters  of  Philadelphia  (bom  Jan.  1,  1839; 
died  May  18,  1912).     Issue: 
a.  Robert  (1860-60 1. 

/>.  Henry  Augustus,  born  Dec.  11,  1861;  married  Katherine  Nagel. 
Issue:    Katherine  Virginia,  born  Oct.  16,  1885;  Henry,  born 
Aug.  26,  1894.     Lives  in  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
c.  William,  born  July  25,  1864;  killed. 
7.     Olive  Mary  (1831-31). 

5.  William,  born  1793  (below). 

6.  John  (1797-1827). 

7.  Samuel  (1800-24). 

William  Woodruff,  born  Oct.  1,  1793,  Middletown,  Conn.;  died  June  27,  1860;  was  two 
years  old  when  his  parents  settled  in  the  Niagara  District;  served  through  the  War  of 
18 1 2-4;  a.leading  merchant  and  business  man;  in  partnership  with  his  brother  Richard 
in  a  general  business  at  St.  David's,  Ont.,  where  they  erected,  in  1818,  the  first  steam 
grist  mill  in  the  country;  was  elected  to  Parliament  in  1 828  and  served  two  sessions; 
married,  Feb.  26,  1818,  Margaret  Clement  (born  March  29,  1794;  died  Dec.  2, 
1882),     Issue: 

1.  Samuel  De  Veaux  (below). 

2.  Joseph  Augustine,  born  July  20,  1820;  died  Aug.  11,  1886;  sheriff  of 

Lincoln  Co.;  married,  Sept.  1 850,  Julia  Claus.     Issue: 

1.  Amy  Augusta,  born  Oct.  19,  1851;  married,  Sept.  13,  1876,  Henry 

Miller  [born  May  9.  1845;  died  April  8,  1887).     Issue: 
a.  Helen  (1877-9). 

^.  Amy  Constance  Woodruff,  born  May  1 3,  1 880. 
r.  Natalie  Qaus.  born  Oct.  22,  1881. 
^.  Henry  Edward  ( 1 883-4  ). 

2.  Margaret  Julia,  born  March  8,  1857;  married  WiUiam  S.  Martton. 

a,  William  Woodruff,  born  Oct.  9.  1881. 
i>.  Pierce,  born  Jan.  13,  1883. 

3.  Richard,  born  April  28.  1822.  at  St.  David's;  died  Feb.  1 1,  1887;  leading 

merchant  in  St.  Catharines;  married  April  26. 1 854.  Cornelia  McCrum 
(1827-89).     Issue: 

1.  Arthur  McCrum  (1855-57). 

2.  Joseph  Augustus,  born  Sept.  4,  1856;  died  June   1,   1901;  married, 

Feb.  18,  1880.  Elizabeth  Ellen  Kelly.     Issue: 
a.  James  Richard,  born  Dec.  1 3,  1 880. 
/>.  George  Albert,  born  May  1 4,  1 883. 

c.  Athael  Howard,  born  April  8,  1885. 

d.  Olive  Helen  McCrum.  born  Dec,  6,  1891. 



3.  Ida,  born  May  6,  I860. 

4.  Albert,  born  Dec.  14,  1861. 

5.  Helen  Atkinson,  bom  Aug.  4,  1866;  married,  Feb.  5,  1891,  George 

A.  Hamilton.     Issue:  Dorothy  Woodruff,  born  May  13,  1892. 

4.  Julia,  born  April  3,  1825;  died  July  12.  1870. 

5.  Helena,  bom  March  16,  1828;  died  May  21,  1892;  married  Joseph  P. 

Boomer.     Issue:  William  Woodruff,  born  June  26,  1852. 

6.  William,  born  Aug.  15,  1830;  died  Aug.  13,  1908. 

7.  Henry  Counter,  born  Jan.  12,  1833;  married,  1865,  Emma  Osgood.    Issue: 

1.  Henty  Howard  (1866-8). 

2.  William   Emerson,    born   May    8,    1870;  married.    Feb.  5,    1896. 

Minerva  Mills.     Issue:  Osgood  Mills,  bom  Dec.  I,  1897. 

3.  Emma  EUoise,  born  Feb.  4,  1872;  married,  June  28,  1896,  Henry  D. 

Symmes.     Issue:  Henry  Woodruff,  born  May  18,  1897;  Paul. 
*  4.  Hugh  Malcolm,  born  Feb.  4,  1876;  married  June  29,  1898,  Minnie 

Adams.  Issue:  Wilfred,  born  April  30,  1899. 
Samuel  De  Veaux  Woodruff,  born,  St.  David's,  Ont.,  March  28,  1819;  educated  at 
Lewistown,  N.  Y.,  and  at  the  old  Grantham  Academy,  St.  Catharines,  Ont.  After 
studying  engineering,  he  began  his  profession  in  Lockport,  but  in  a  short  time  moved 
to  St.  Catharines  and  entered  the  employment  of  the  Government  as  assistant 
engineer  of  the  Welland  Canal,  later  becoming  Superintendent,  which  position  he 
held  for  28  years;  was  a  well-known,  prominer.t  resident  in  the  Niagara  District; 
was  elected  a  Commissioner  on  the  Waterworks  Boaird,  serving  24  years.  He  died 
Oct.  28,  1904;  married,  Dec.  19,  1854,  Jane  Caroline,  daughter  of  William  Henry 
Sanderson  of  St.  Catharines  (born  Aug.  19,  1827;  died  Feb.  15,  1912).     Issue: 

1.  Alfred  Sanderson,   born  Dec.  30,   1855,    at  St.  Catharines;    married, 

June  1 3,  1 889,  Georgina  Ross.   Issue: 

1.  Gladys  Caroline,  bora  April   2,    1891;   married,    Jan.    28,    1914. 

D'Arcy  F.  Hilton  of  Detroit,  Mich. 

2.  Samuel  De  Veaux,  born  Nov.  3,  1893. 

3.  Waiiam  Alfred,  born  Aug.  19,  1899. 

2.  Hamilton  Killaly,  born  Dec.  22,  1857,  at  St.  Catharines;   Commissioner 

Waterworks  Dept.,  St.  Catharines;  married,  Nov.  21.  1 894.  Julia 
Cleveland.     Issue:   Margaret,  born  April,  1896. 

3.  Welland  De  Veaux,  born  April  30,   1861,  at  St.  Catharines;  educated 

at  public  schools  there,  and  Upper  Canada  College,  Toronto;  he 
look  a  degree  at  Eastman's  Bus!  less  College,  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y. 
He  entered  the  Lincoln  Paper  Mills  Co.,  St.  Catharines,  Dec  I , 
1881,  rising  to  his  present  posidoa  of  Manager,  Treasurer  and 
Director;  is  Director  of  the  Coniagas  Mines.  Ltd.,  of  Cobalt,  Ont.; 
and  Vice-President  of  the  Coniagas  Reduction  Co.,  Thorold,  Ont; 
Was  Alderman  of  St.  Catharines,  and  Liberal  Candidate  for  the 
House  of  Commons,  1 908.  Is  member  of  the  St.  Catharines  Club, 
and  St.  Catharines  Golf  Club,  and  the  National  and  the  Hunt 
Clubs  of  Toronto;  of  the  Jekyl  Island  Club  of  Brunswick.  Ga.; 
the  Caledon  Mountain  Trout  Club  of  Inglewood,  Ont.;  the  Niagara 
Club.  Niagara  Falls.  N.  Y.;  and  the  Country  Club,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 
He  married,  1 886,  Isabel  Price. 

4.  Thomas  Adams  (as  above). 

Anns;  Gules,  on  a  chevron  argent,  three   bucks'  heads  erased  sable;  a  chief  per  fetse 

nebulee  of  the  third  and  second. 
Crest:   A  dexter  arm  embowed,  habited  with  leaves  vert,  holding  a  branch  o{  honeysuckle, 

all  proper. 
Motto:    "Sit  dux  sapientia." 



®tter  of  Toronto 

K.  C.  B..  C.  V.  O..  born  near  Clinton.  Ont..  Dec.  3.  1843;  en- 
tered Queen's  Own  RiHes,  1661;  Lieutenant,  1864;  Captain,  1866; 
Major,  1 669;  Lieutenant- Colonel,  1 874;  action  at  Lime  Ridge, Fenian  Raids, 
1866  and  1870  (medal  and  two  clasps);  in  command  of  the  regiment, 
1 875-83.  Commandant  of  the  Royal  School  of  Infantry, Toronto,  1 883-99. 
Served  through  the  Northwest  Rebellion,  1 863,  in  command  of  the  column  for 
the  relief  of  Batdeford-making  the  forced  march  of  200  miles  in  five  and  a  half 
days;  action  at  Cut  Knife  Creek  (medal  and  clasp);  commanding  the  2nd  Mili- 
tary District,  1886-1905;  Inspector  of  Infantry,  1896-1905.  Commanded 
the  Royal  Canadian  Regiment  during  war  in  South  Africa,  1 899- 1 900. 
actions  of  Paardeburg,  Driefontein,  etc.,  wounded  (C.  B.,  medal  and 
four  clasps).  Commanded  Western  Ontario  district,  1905-8;  chief  of 
the  General  Staff  (Canada)  1908-10  (C.  V.  O..  1908);  Inspector  General 
of  Canadian  Military  Forces,  1 9 1 0-2.  Retired  Dec.  1 ,  1 9 1 2  (K.  C.  B.. 
1913).  Promoted  Major-General,  the  first  of  that  rank  in  the  Canadian 
Service,  July  I.  1910.     (Mt) 

Married,  October,  1865,  Marian,  daughter  of  the  Rev.  James  Porter 
of  Gloucestershire,  England  (and  his  wife  Agnc*  Dryden).     luue:     Agnes 



Anna  Edroi,  who  manied,  June,  1 893,  Edward  Lyail  Morton  of  Toronto. 

Issue :  Three  sons,  one  daughter. 

Clubs:     Honorary  Life  Member  of  Toronto,  York,  Toronto  Golf,  and 

Toronto   Hunt. 
Residence:    St.  George  Mansions,  Toronto. 


The  "Patronymica  Britannica"  states  that  the  name  of  Otter  ii  a  Scandinavian  personal 
one  of  great  antiquity  and  common  application.  It  is  variously  spelt  "Otter,"  "Oter," 
"Ohter,"  "Oltyr,"  and  in  Domesday  Book,  "Otre."  As  a  family  name,  it  has  existed  from 
time  immemorial  in  the  Danish,  or  Northman  counties  of  Elast  York,  Lincoln,  Derby,  and 
Nottingham,  where  there  was  almost  a  clan  of  Otters. 

William  Otter  (1500-60)  of  Welham,  in  tha  parish  of  Clarborough,  Nottinghamshire,  married 

Agnes  Woodsmyth.      Their  second  son 
Richard  Otter  (1540-1612)  of  Welham,  married  Elizabeth  Spivye.     Their  fourth  son 
William  Otter  (1596-1666)  of  Welham,  by  his  second  wife,  Katherine,  had  a  son 
William  Otter  (1644-1720)  of  Welham,  whose  second  wife  was  Sarah  Slacye.     Their 

eldeA  son 
George  Otter  (1686-1739)  of  Welham,  married  Anne,  daughter  of  Robert  Fowe.     Their 

eldest  son 
Edward  Otter  (1724-85)  of  Welham,  and  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  Vicar  of  Cuckney, 

Notts.,  and  Upper  Langwith,  Derbyshire,  sold  the  Welham  Elstate.     He  married 

Dorothy,  daughter  of  John  Wright  of  North  Anstan,  Yorkshire.    Their  fourth  son 
Rt.  Reverend  William  Oiler  (1 768- 1840 J,  Fellow  and  Tutor  of  Jesus  College.  Cambridge; 

Bishop  o   Chichester,  1 836;  he  married  Nancy  Sadlier,  daughter  of  William  Bruere. 

Chief  Secretary  of  State,  and  member  of  the  Supreme  Council  of  India.  Issue : 

1.  William  Bruere,  Archdeacon  of  Lewes,  married  Elizabeth,  daughter  of 

Robert  Melville,  Consul  at  Amsterdam. 

2.  Alfred  William  (below). 

3.  Sophia  Marian,  married  Rev.  f-Ienry  Malthus,  Vicar  of  Effingham. 

4.  Caroline  Charlotte,  married  John,    I  st  Baron  Romilly,  late  Master  of  the 


5.  Jacqueline,  married  Alexander  Trotter  of  Dreghorn,  Co.  Midlothian. 

6.  Maria,  married  Sir  William  M.  James,  P.  C,  late  Lord  Justice  of  Appeal. 

7.  Emily  Harriet,  married  Edward,  Ist  Baron  Belper,  P.  C,  Lord  Lieutenant 

of  Nottinghamshire. 

8.  Reginald  William,  died  unmarried. 

Alfred  William  Otter  (1815-66),  came  to  Clinton  and  Goderich.  Upper  Canada,  in  1841, 
settling  later  in  Toronto.  Married,  1 84 1,  Anna,  daughter  of  James  De  la  Hooke, 
Rector  of  Gravenhurst,  Bedfordshire,  England,  and  afterwards  of  Bayfield,  Ont. 
(who  married  Augusta  Dillon).     Issue  : 

1 .  William  DilUon  (as  abovej. 

2.  Frederick  WaUon  (1849-69),  died  unmanied. 

3.  Harold  Charles  (born  1854),  manied  Alice,  daughter  of  Daniel  Scott  of 

Toronto.     Issue  :  One  son. 

4.  Jacqueline  Mary,  married  Henry  Leach  Henderson  of  Toronto.     Issue  : 

One  son,  deceased. 

5.  Emily  May,  manied  Alexander  David  Stewart  of  Hamilton.  Issue:  Two 

sons  and  two  daughters. 

Arms:  Party  per  pale;  Dexter,  or  on  a  bend  gules  three  crescents  of  the  first  (for  Ott«r); 
Sinister,  gulet  on  a  fesse  between  five  falcon's  wings  or,  three  hurts  (for  Porter). 



Crest:  A  crescent  or. 

Motto:  "Crescit  eundo." 

Decorations:     ( I )  Surrounding  the  escutcheon,  the  circlet  and  pendant  badge  ot  the  Most 

Honourable  Order  of  the  Bath.    (2)  The  badge  (and  circlet)  of  the  Royal  Victoriao 


Irvlna  ot  **1Iron0bore/*  3amatca,  anb  "ffionsbaw/ 


SIR  y^MILIUS  IRVING,  Kt..  born  jLeamington.  Eng!«nd,  Mar.  24. 
1823;  came  to  Canada,  1834;  Barrister,  1849;  Clerk  of  the  Peace, 
Waterloo,  1633;  Qyeen's  Counsel,  1663;  Bencher,  Law  Society,  Upper 
Canada,  1874.  Treasurer  of  same,  1693;  Honorary  LL.  D.  (Toronto 
University),  1 905;  Knight  Bachelor  by  Letters  Patent,  June  30.  1906.  (*) 

Married,  Montreal,  June  3,  1631,  Augusta  Louisa  (died  1692), 
eldest  daughter  of  Col.  Conrad  B.  A.  Gugy,  Seigneur  of  Machiche, 
Crandpre,  Grosboii,  and  Dumontier.     Issue: 

1.  Gugy  /Emilius.  of  Ironshore,  born  Oct.  2.  1653;  mar- 
ried, 1679,  Maria  Adelaide,  daughter  of  John  Cleaves 



Henderson,  of  Staten  Island, -N.  Y.,  U.  S.  A.,  and  haa 
son,  Gugy  /Emilius,  and  (our  daughters. 

2.  Lukin  Homfray,  bom  Oct.  19,  1853;  married,  1862, 
Louisa,  eldest  daughter  of  F.  W.  Stockweil,  London, 
England,  and  "Highlands,"  Quebec.  Has  a  son,  Jacob 
/Emilius  Homfray,  married,  April  29,  1914,  Marjory, 
youngest  daughter  of  Alfred  Boydell  Lambe;  and  a 
daughter,  Margaret  Elizabeth  Homfray,  married,  April  I  7, 
1907,  to  Edward  Walter  Clifford,  Captain  "The  Went- 
worth  Regiment."     (Issue,  one  son.) 

3.  Paulus  /Emilius,  born  April  3,  1857;  Justice  Supreme 
Court,  British  Columbia,  1697;  married.  1683,  Diana, 
daughter  of  the  Hon.  Wymond  Hamley,  Victoria,  B.  C, 
and  has  two  sons,  Edward  Bruce,  (married,  1914,  Beatrice, 
daughter  of  Arthur  Spalding)  and  Arthur  Beaufain,  and 
two  daughters. 

4.  Charlotte  Bertha  Diana,  born  Dec.  21,  1858;  married, 
1861,  Louis  Sutherland.  Montreal  (died  1908),  and 
has  a  son  William. 

5.  Elizabeth  Margaret  Harriet  Augusta,  born  Dec.  9,  1 66 1 ; 
married,  1886,  /Emilius  Jarvis  of  Hamilton,  Ont.,  and 
has  issue.     [See  Jarvis  of  Toronto.] 

6.  Christopher  Harleston,  born  April  28,  1864;  married 
(firstly)  1905,  Belle  (died  1910),  daughter  of  John 
Warren  Bowman,  of  St.  Thomas.  Ont.;  (secondly)  1911, 
Amelia  Constance,  daughter  of  William  Roe  of  New- 
market, Ont. 

7.  Lewis  Erskine  Wentworth,  born  Aug.  1 6,  1 668;  M.  D., 
C.  M.,  1 900;  Lieutenant  "C"  Royal  Canadian  Artillery, 
served  South  African  War,  Rhodesian  Field  Force, 
1899-1900,  despatches,  D.  S.  O.,  C^yeen's  Medal  and 
Clasps,  Brevet  Major;  Provincial  Medical  Officer,  Alberta; 
married,  1 903,  Alice  Maude,  daughter  of  Caird  Ryerion 
Maclean,  M.  R.  C.  S.,  has  a  son  /Emilius  Wentworth. 

Clubs:    Toronto,   and  Victoria   (Toronto);   Hamilton  Club   (Hamilton); 
Canadian  Military  Institute. 

Residences:     19   Russell  St.,    Toronto;    "Bonshaw,"    Yonge  St.,    New- 
market P.  O. 

{Sir  Emilius  Irving  died  at  Toronto,  Nov.  27,  1913.) 




Christopher  Irving,  or  Irvine  ( 1450- 15 13),  o(  Dumfriesshire,  Scotland,  wras  killed  at  Flodden 
Field.     His  eldeft  son  was 

William  Irving,  of  Bonshaw  (1470-1520),  whose  eldest  son 

Christopher  Irving,  of  Bonshaw  (1490-1542),  was  infeft  in  lands  of  Bonshaw  and  Dum- 
bretton;  was  killed  at  Solway  Moss.     His  eldest  son 

Eldward  Irving,  of  Bonshaw  (1510-93),  married  Blanche,  daughter  of  Richard  Grahameof 
of  Esk;  killed  at  Dryte  Sands.     His  eldest  son 

Christopher  Irving,  of  Bonshaw  ( 1 540-82),  married  1 566,  Margaret,  daughter  of  John 
Johnstone  of  that  Ilk.     His  eldest  son 

William  Irving,  of  Bonshaw  (1568-1646),  married  (firstly)  1590,  the  daughter  of  Michael, 
5th  Lord  Carlyle  of  Torthorwald;  (secondly)  1607,  Margaret,  daughter  of  Sir 
Alexander  Kirkpatrick  of  Kirkmichael  [see  page  36],  whose  eldest  son  by  second 

Willam  Irving,  of  Woodhouse,  and  Robgill  (1608-37)  married,  1631,  Janet,  daughter  of 
Sir  Alexander  Jardine  of  Applegirth.     Their  third  son 

John  Irving  of  Woodhouse  (died  1669),  married,  1661,  Sarah,  daughter  of  William 
Douglas  of  Kelhead  (the  second  son  of  William,  1st  Earl  of  Queensberry).  Their 
eldest  son 

William  Irving  of  Bonshaw,  and  Woodhouse  (1663-1742),  recovered  Bonshaw  in  1696, 
from  his  cousin  William;  married  1698,  /Emilia  (1747)  eldest  daughter  of  Andrew, 
3rd  Baron  RoUo  by  his  wife  Margaret  (daughter  of  the  3rd  Lord  Balfour  of  Bur- 
leigh).    Their  fifth  son 

James  Irving  (1713-75)  of  Ironshore,  and  Haitfield,  Jamaica  [see  note];  member  for  St. 
James*  of  thai  Island,  1761-70;  married,  1746,  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Jacob  Motte, 
Treasurer  of  the  Province  of  South  Carolina.     Their  fifth  son 

Jacob  /Emilius  Irving  of  Ironshore  (1767-1816),  married,  1796,  Hannah  Margaret,  eldest 
daughter  of  Thomas  Corbett,  and  his  wife  Margaret  Harleston,  of  Charlestown,  S.  C. 
Their  eldest  son 

Jacob  /Emilius  Irving  of  Ironshore  ( 1 797- 1 856),  Cornet  XIII,  Light  Dragoons;  served  with  his 
regiment  at  Waterloo  (wounded);  medal;  presented  with  Freedom  of  Town  of  Liver- 
pool, England;  Member  of  Legislative  Council,  Canada,  1846;  married,  1821,  at 
British  Embassy,  Paris,  Catherine  Diana  daughter,  of  Sir  Jerry  Homhay,  Kt.  of 
Llandaff  Ho.  Glamorganshire.     Issue : 

1.  /Emilius  of  Ironshore  (as  above). 

2.  Diana  (1825-1900)  married.   1 850,  William  Dummer  Powell  Jarvis.  of 

Toronto.     See  page  58. 

3.  Henry  Erskine,  born  1840;  married,  1871,  Elizabeth  (died  1875),  eldest 

daughter  of  John  I.  McKenzie  of  Hamilton.     No  issue. 

4.  Emma,  born  1843;  married,  1866,  the  Ven.  Charles  Gresford  Edmondet, 

M.  A.  (Oxon.),  Archdeacon  of  St.  David's;  Principal  St.  David's 
College,  Lampeter,  Wales  (died,  1893,  leaving  issue). 

5.  Edward  Herbert  (1844-88)  married,  1879.  Emily  Florence  (died  1880), 

daughter  of  William  Roe  of  Newmarket,  Ont.     No  issue. 

Note  :  James  Irving  (171 3-75)  had  a  younger  brother  Paulus  /Emilius  (171 4-96),  who  was 
Major  commanding  XV  Foot  at  Louisbourg  and  Quebec,  1 759;  Commander-in-chief 
and  Acting  GoTernor  of  Canada  and  Territories  dependant  thereon,  1765-6.  His 
only  son  Paulus  /Emilius  was  Major  in  the  47th  Regiment  in  Burgoyne's  Campaign 
from  Canada,  1777;  became  General  in  the  Army;  created,  1809.  a  Baronet,  as 
Irving  of  Woodhouse  and  Robgill  Tower;  married,  1786,  Elizabeth,  daughter  of 
Thomas.  Isl  Earl  and  27th  Baron  of  Howth.     ( t  ^  ) 

Arms  (registered  at  Lyon  Court,  Edinboro,  by  William  Irving  of  Bonshaw  J :  Argent,  three 
holly  leaves  slipped  vert. 

Crest :  A  mailed  hand  grasping  a  branch  of  seren  holly  leaves,  proper. 

Motto:  "Haud  ullis  labentia  ventis." 



BaFier  of  flDontreal 

Yf/ALTER  REGINALD  BAKER.  C.V.O.,  Secretary  of  Canadian 
"'^  Pacific  Railway  Company,  and  Assistant  to  the  President  of  the 
Company;  born  York,  England,  May  25,  1 852  ;  came  to  Canada  in 
1865  and  entered  Allan  Steamship  Service,  General  Agent  Canada 
Central  Railway  and  Joint  Secretary  first  Canadian  Pacific  Railway 
Company,  1873;  Private  Secretary  and  A.  D.  C.  to  the  Earl  of  Dutferin. 
Governor-General  of  Canada,  1874-8;  Assistant  Secretary  of  Treasury 
Board,  1878-81;  entered  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Service,  February, 
1881,  since  which  date  has  held  many  executive  posts,  culminating  in 
his  present  position.  As  representative  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway 
had  charge  of  the  tour  through  Canada  of  H.  M.  King  George  and 
Queen  Mary  in  1 90 1 ,  and  of  the  tours  of  H.  R.  H.  Prince  Arthur  of 
Connaught  in  1906,  and  Prince  Fushimi  of  Japan  in  1907,  and  of 
T.  R.  H.  the  Duke  and  Duchess  of  Connaught  in  1912;  Esquire  of 
St.  John  of  Jerusalem ;  holds  third  class  of  Order  of  Sacred  Treasure 
of  Japan;  created  Commander  of  the  Royal  Victorian  Order,  June, 
1911.     (*t) 

Married  (firstly)  Nov.  10,   1875,  Jane,  daughter  of  R.  W.  Cruice 
of  Ottawa;  she  died  in  1902,  leaving  issue: 



1.  Reginald  Hamilton  (1877-99),  born  Ottawa,  died 
Dawson  City,  Yukon. 

2.  Gwendolen  (1880-1). 

3.  Maud  Hamilton,  bom  Winnipeg,  1882,  manied  Mon- 
treal, 1907,  Ernest  Foster  Slocum  of  Staten  Island,  N.  Y. 

4.  Marjorie  Clare  Hamilton,  born  Portage  La  Prairie, 
Manitoba,  1885,  married  Montreal,  1907,  Harvard 
Turnbull  of  Montreal. 

5.  Phyllis  Hamilton,  born  Portage  La  Prairie,  1887. 

6.  Frederick  Hamilton,  bom  Portage  La  Prairie,  1 890. 

7.  Hilda  Hamilton  (1890-2),  twin. 

Married  (secondly),  Oct.  30,  1907,  Belle,  daughter  of  Andrew 
Paton  of  Sherbrooke,  Quebec  (widow  of  William  Drysdale)  d.  s.  p. 
Montreal.  1908. 

Married  (thirdly).  New  York.  U.  S.  A.,  Dec.  6,  1909.  Elsa. 
daughter  of  Sigmund  Shick  of  Vienna,  Austria. 

Clubs:  Mount  Royal,  Royal  Montreal  Golf,  Jockey  (Montreal);    Rideau, 
Country  Club  (Ottawa);  Manitoba  (Winnipeg). 

Residence:  773  Sherbrooke  Street  West,  Montreal. 


William  Baker,  Sheriff  o(  York.  England,  was  made  a  Freeman,  1 729.     His  son 

Stephen  Baker,  was  a  Freeman  of  the  City  of  York,  1 755.     His  son 

John  James  Baker  (1767-1840),  a  Freeman,  1789;  married  Hannah,  daughter  of  Robert 
Brogden  of  Tockwith,  Yorks.     Their  son 

Stephen  Baker  (1615-1862),  born  York,  died  London;  admitted  Freeman  of  York,  1638; 
married,  Sheffield  1844,  Priscilla  Willing,  daughter  of  Thomas  Plimsoll  of  Plymouth. 
Issue : 

1.  Archer  (1645-1910).  of  Eltham.  Kent. 

2.  Mary  (1848-77). 

3.  Walter  Reginald  (as  above). 

4.  Frederick,  born  York,  1856. 

Arms :  Erminois,  six  maple  leaves  three  two  and  one  slipped  proper;  on  a  chief  engrailed 
azure,  two  boars'  heads  couped  oi. 

Crest:  On  a  wreath  of  the  colours  a  boar's  head  couped  or  holding  in  the  mouth  a 
maple  leaf. 

Motto  :  "Meglio  tardi  che  mai." 

Decorations  (pendant  from  the  escutcheon  of  Walter  Reginald  Baker) :  The  badge  of  the 
Royal  Victorian  Order,  the  badge  of  the  Order  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  England, 
and  the  badge  of  the  Japanese  Order  of  the  Sacred  Treasure. 



Baron  Xt0aar,2n^  (Bovernor  (general  of  Canada. 

OlR  JOHN  YOUNG  (1807-76).  2nd  baronet  of  Bailieborough 
*^  Castle,  Co.  Cavan,  was  educated  for  the  bar,  to  which  he  was 
called  at  the  age  of  twenty-seven.  In  1831  he  entered  political  life, 
becoming  member  for  Co.  Cavan  as  a  moderate  Tory.  In  1 84 1  he 
was  appointed  a  lord  of  the  Treasury  in  Sir  Robert  Peel's  ministry; 
and  three  years  later  became  one  of  the  Secretaries  of  the  Treasury. 
In  1 846  he  was  Chief  Secretary  for  Ireland  under  Lord  Aberdeen, 
and  entered  the  Privy  Council  in  1852.  In  1855  he  was  appointed 
Lord  High  Commissioner  of  the  Ionian  Islands  (G.  C.  M.  G.) — then 
under  a  British  protectorate — ;  and,  in  1861,  accepted  the  Governor 
Generalship  of  New  South  Wales,  which  office  he  held  until  1 867. 
In  both  the  latter  offices  he  was  unfortunate,  in  that  he  left  each  under 
the  cloud  of  official  displeasure,  caused  rather  by  adverse  and  trying 
circumstances  than  by  poor  judgment.  That  the  government  appre- 
ciated these  facts  and  had  confidence  in  his  abilities  is  attested  by  his 
bemg  gazetted  a  G.  C.  B.,  and  offered  the  governor-generalship  of 
Canada — at  a  time,  too,  as  events  proved,  when  sound  judgment  was 


BA  R  ON    LI  SG  A  R 

It  was,  in  a  measure,  due  to  those  same  misfortunes  that  Young 
determined  to  accept  the  Canadian  office ;  for  it  had  been  tendered  to 
Lord  Mayo  and  others,  who  refused  it,  on  the  ground  that  "the  Cana- 
dian government  had  impaired  the  dignity  of  the  office  by  reducing  the 
governor's  salary."  Sir  John  was  appointed  to  the  position,  which 
included  the  governorship  of  Prince  Edward  Island — not  then  con- 
federated— in  1 869.  The  first  year  of  his  administration  was  dark- 
ened by  the  first  Riel  Rebellion.  The  following  year  he  was  created 
Baron  Lisgar  of  Lisgar  and  Bailieborough.  He  resigned  in  1872, 
and  died  four  years  later,  when  the  barony  became  extinct. 

That  his  short  official  life  in  Canada  was  successful  is  best  evi- 
denced, perhaps,  by  the  following  quotation  from  Pope's  "Life  of  Sir 
John  Macdonald:"  "In  Sir  John  Macdonald's  opinion.  Lord  Lisgar 
was  an  ideal  governor,  the  ablest  of  all  those  under  whom  he  served; 
Sir  John  Young  was  a  man  of  great  sagacity,  of  large  experience,  and 
sound  judgment.  His  single  desire  was  to  promote  the  best  interests  of 
the  Dominion  of  Canada,  and  to  his  wnse  and  prudent  counsels  Sir 
John  Macdonald  was  greatly  indebted"    (Editor). 

.*trms:  Argent  three  piles  sable  each  charged  with  a  trefoil  slipped  or,  on  a  chief 
of   the   second   as  many   annulets   of   the   third. 

Crest:  A  demi-lion  rampant  gules,  armed  and  langued  azure  charged  on  the 
shoulder  with  a  trefoil  slipped,  and  holding  in  the  dexter  paw  a  sprig  of 
three  maple  leaves  also  slipped  or. 

Motto:  "Prudentia." 

Supporters:  Dexter,  a  female  figure  proper  vested  argent  mantled  azure,  holding  in 
the  exterior  hand  a  paddle  or;  sinister,  a  similar  figure,  vested  argent, 
mantled  vert,   holding  in   the  exterior   hand   a  crook  or. 

IRlbbell  of  Toronto. 

(a  cadet  of  Riddell  of  that  ilk,  Roxburghshire,  Scotland),  born 
Township  of  Hamilton,  U.  C,  April  6,  1852;  educated  at  Collegiate 
Institute,  Cobourg,  Ont.,  and  Victoria  University;  B.  A.  (1874); 
B.  Sc.  (1876);  LL.  B.  (1878);  many  years  senator  of  Victoria 
University,  and,  since  federation,  of  the  University  of  Toronto ;  L.  H.  D. 
(Hon.)  Syracuse  University;  LL.  D.  (Hon.)  Lafayette  College 
(1912).  Called  to  the  bar,  1883;  elected  Bencher  of  the  Law 
Society,  U.  C.  (1892);  and  then  continuously  until  elevation  to  the 
Bench;  created  Q.  C,  1900;  Justice  of  King's  Bench  Division,  High 
Court  of  Justice  for  Ontario,    1906;  Supreme  Court  of  Ontario,  Ap- 



pellate  Division,  1913.  Honorary  menuber  Bar  Associations  of  Mis- 
souri. New  York,  Iowa,  &c.,  and  of  Canadian  Societies  of  New  York 
and  Philadelphia.  F.  R.  Hist,  Soc. ;  F.  B.  S,  Edin.  Honorary 
Colonel  in  Militia  of  Canada.    (*) 

Married,     1 884,    Anna    Hester    Kirsop,    youngest    daughter    of 
James  and  Margaret   (Hayden)  Crossen  of  Cobourg,  Ont. 
Clubs:      York  Club,  Ontario  Jockey  Club   (Toronto). 
Residence:      109  St.  George  St.,  Toronto. 


The  Hon.  William  Renwick  Riddell  is  fifth  son  of 

Walter  Riddell  (1814-1904).  born  Westerkirk.  Dumfriesshire.  Scotland,  died 
Cobourg,  Ont.;  married,  1838,  Mary  (1818-1906),  born  Annandale,  Dum- 
friesshire (daughter  of  Walter  Renwick,  born  1783,  of  "Cleugh  Brae," 
Parish  of  Johnston,  Dumfriesshire,  and  his  wife,  Mary  Weal  of  Gretna, 
born    1 792) ,   son  of 

Francis  Scott  Riddell,  born    1780,   and  his  wife,   Elizabeth  Martin,  born    1777. 

Arms    (subject    to    differencing) :   Argent,    a    chevron    gules    between    three    ears    of 
rye  slipped   and  bladed   proper. 

Crest:   A  demi-greyhound  prop>er. 

Motto:   "I   hope   to  share." 



Hple0wortb  of  ZToronto. 

K.  C,  born  Newburgh,  Ont.,  Nov.  27,  1854;  farmer,  lawyer, 
and  statesman;  has  repeatedly  appeared  as  counsel  before  the  Judicial 
Committee  of  the  Privy  Council,  England;  a  member  of  the  Imperial 
Alaska  Boundary  Tribunal,  1 903 ;  represented  Canada  and  Great 
Britain  in  the  Fisheries  Arbitration,  Hague  Tribunal,  1910;  Post- 
master General,  Laurier  Cabinet,  1 905 ;  Attorney  General  and  Min- 
ister of  Justice,   1 906- 1  I . 

Married,    Dec,    1878,   Adelaide  Augusta,   daughter  of  Cephas 
Hulbert  Miller  of  New^burgh,  Ont.     Issue: 

Alan  Featherston,  B.  A.,  LL.  B  ,  married  Ethel  Eliza- 
beth   Gladys,    granddaughter    of    Chief    Justice    Sir 

George  W.  Burton. 
Clubs:      Toronto  Club,  Rideau. 

Residence.      21   Walmer  Road,  Toronto. 


Near    Cheltenham,    Gloucestershire,    Eng.,    is    a    hamlet    called    Aylworth, 
which  was  in   the  possession   of   the   family  of   that  name   at  the  time  of   the  Con- 
queror; it  is  mentioned  in  Domesday  Book.     The  parish  church  at  Naunton,  near  by, 
has  a  North  transept  appropriated  as  a  burial  place  for  the  Ayleworth  family. 
Arthur   Aylworth    (1635-1725),   a   Puritan   and    a   Cromwell    man,   emigrated    from 
Gloucestershire  about  1662;   in   1679  he  had  settled  upon  400  acres  at  Quid- 
nesset  Neck  in  No.  Kingstown,   R.   I.;    descendants  still  own   this  land.     He 
signed  a  petition,   dated  July  29,    1679,   to   King   Charles   II.     Arthur   mar- 
ried  Mary,   daughter  of  Rev.   John   and   Mary    (Holmes)    Brown  of   Provi- 
dence,  R.   I.     His  fourth  son 
Philip  Aylsworth  (born   1692),  married  Rachel  Greene;   he  inherited  the  land  at 

Quidnesset  and  lived  on   it.     His   second  son 
Job    Aylesworth    (1740-1803),    a    U.    E.    L.    who,    after    the    Revolutionary    War, 
emigrated  to  Canada,   and,  in    1788,  settled  in  the  Township  of  Ernesttown, 
Co.    Lennox   and   Addington.      By   his   second  wife,   Sarah    (a   daughter   of 
his  first  cousin,  Philip  Aylesworth  of  Coventry,  R.  I.),  he  had  a  fourth  son 
Bowen  Aylesworth   (1778-1863),   farmer,  who  married,  1797,  Hannah,  daughter  of 
Robert    and    Jemima    (Washburn)    Perry.      (Robert    Perry    was    a    royalist 
officer  in  the  Revolutionary  War,  and  as  a  U.  E.  L.  settled  in  Ernesttown. 
Commodore  O.  H.  Perry,  in  command  of  the  U.  S.   fleet  on  Lake   Erie  in 
the  War  of  1812,  was  his  nephew).     Bowen's  second  son 
Job    Aylesworth    (1800-88),    farmer,    married,    1825,    Anna    McGillivray    of    Co. 
Inverness,  Scotland.     His  second  son 

John    Bell    Aylesworth,    born    1828,    farmer,    of    Newburgh,    Ont.,    married,    1853, 

Catherine,  daughter  of  John  W.  Bristol.     His  eldest  son  is 
Allen  Bristol  Aylesworth  (as  above). 



Ikaind  ot  Xonbon  (©ntarlo). 

ARCHIBALD  CHETWODE  KAINS:  Governor.  Federal  Re- 
serve Bank  of  San  Francisco  (1914),  formerly  clearinghouse 
examiner  of  banks,  San  Francisco,  Cal.  (appointed,  1908);  for- 
merly manager,  Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce,  San  Francisco,  Born 
London,  Ont.,  Nov.  24,  1865.  Married  at  Dingraan's  Ferry,  Pa., 
May  1  1,  1895.  Fanny  George,  daughter  of  George  William  Donald- 
son, Vice-Prest.  American  Lithographic  Assn.  of  New  York,  and 
Frances  Taliaferro  Goldsmith,  his  wife. 

Societies:     St.  Andrews;  British  Benevolent;   Masonic;  Archaelogical. 
Clubs:      Pacific   Union;    Bohemian;    Olympic;    Presidio    Golf   Club; 

Claremont  Country  Club;  San  Francisco  Fly-Casting  Club. 
Residences:      828    Francisco    St.,    San    Francisco,    Cal.,    U.    S.    A. 
145  First  Ave.,  Ottawa,  Ont. 


John  Kain$,  an  English  lailor,  a  descendant  of  the  family  of  De  Keynes,  anciently 
possessed  of  large  land  holdings  in  Dorset,  Wilts,  and  Northants,  Elngland, 
married  ci'rc.  1780,  Eleanor,  daughter  of  John  Bohun,  sailor,  and  his  wife, 
an   Italian.     He  died  at  Chatham,   England,   leaving  issue: 

1.  John    (1788-1861),    Captain,    Royal    N*vv,    married    Sarah    Gold 

of      Gillingham.        Issue:      I.     John,      posimaster,      Barbadoes, 

B.  W.  I.  2.  Thomas,  Major  3rd  Buffs  d.  s.  p.  3.  Sarah,  mar- 
ried John   Quarlerman  of   Oxford. 

2.  Thomas    (below). 

3.  Joseph,    born    1792,    in    East    India   Company;    died    East    Indies; 

^.  George,  born  ci'rc.   1800;    came  to  Canada,  settling  at  St.  Thomas 

C.  W.  He  married  Thomasina,  youngest  daughter  of  Archi- 
bald McMillan  of  Murlag2m,  Co.  Inverness,  Scotland,  and 
his  wife,  Isabella  Gray,  who  were  the  first  settlers  at  Grenville, 
Argenteuil  Co.,  L.  C.      Issue:   Five  sons  and  two  daughters. 

Thomas  Kains  (1790-1855),  born  Chatham;  Paymaster,  Royal  Navy;  took  part 
in  the  capture  of  the  City  of  Washington  in  the  War  of  1812;  came  to 
Canada  and  settled  on  the  Bay  of  Carillon,  Ottawa  River;  married  ciVc. 
1820,  Mary,  eldest  daughter  of  Archibald  and  Isabella  McMillan  (above); 
Justice  of  the  Peace,  Lieut.-Colonel  of  the  Argenteuil  militia,  with  whom 
he  served  in  the  Rebellion  of  1837.  He  was  captain  of  the  "Shannon," 
plying  between  Grenville  emd  By  town;  was  recalled  for  active  service  in 
the   Crimean  War.      He   died  in   Montreal,   leaving   issue: 

1.  Thomas   McMillan    (1821-87);    married,    1845,    Margaret,    daugh- 

ter of  C.  P.  Treadwell,  Sheriff  of  Prescott  and  Russell 
Counties,  and  his  wife,  Helen  Macdonell.  He  died  at  St. 
Thomas.      Issue : 

1.  Mary    McMillan    (1865-1888).     2.    Charles   Frederick 
(born    1868),  still   living;    unmarried. 

2.  Archibald    McMillan    (born    1824);    married    Mary    Hicks;    died 

Westminster,  Ont.,  leaving  issue:  William,  Franklin,  Fred- 
erick, Alfred,   Isabella  Gray,  and  Mary. 



3.  Willitun  King  (below). 

4.  Isabella    1  homasina,    born     1831;    married,     1855,    C.    C.    Abbott 

(drowned  in  the  Ottawa  River  in  the  early  seventies),  bar- 
rister of  Montreal,  son  of  the  Rev.  Joseph  Abbott  of  Gren- 
ville,  P.  Q.,  and  Mary  Bradford,  his  wife.     Issue:   One  son. 

5.  Zebee    Mary,    born     1835;     married    Charles    Roe,    Esq.,    of    St. 

Thomas,  C.  W.,  son  of  John  B.  Roe,  M.  D.,  of  St.  Johns, 
Que.,  and  Jane  Ardagh,  his  wife.  Issue:  Two  sons  and  two 

6.  John    Alexander,    born    1837;    barrister    of    St.    Thomas;    married 

Emma   Elizabeth,   daughter   of   Judge   David   John    Hughes  of 
St.  Thomas  and  Sarah  Richardson,  his  wife.     Issue:    I.  Maur- 
ice    Grenville.       2.     Edward    Douglas.       3.     John     Malcolm. 
4.  Edith  Anne. 
William  King  Kains,  born  April  3,   1829,   at  Grenville,   L.  C.;    grain  merchant  of 
London,   Ont. ;    married  Oct.    18,    1838,   Henrietta,  daughter  of   William   H. 
Hamilton  of  Hawkesbury,  U.  C.    (son  of  Charles  Hamilton — see  Hamilton 
of  Hamwood),  and  his  wife,  Margaret,  2nd  daughter  of  Archibald  McMil- 
lan   and    Isabella    Gray,    above    mentioned.      NoTE:      Isabella    Gray    was    a 
daughter    of    Archibald    Gray    of    Fort    William,    Scotland,    and    his    wife, 
Mary   Cameron,    daughter   of   Donald   Cameron   of   Strone.      William   King 
Kains  settled  at  St.  Thomas  circ.   1844,  removing  to  London,    1865,   and  to 
Treadwell,  Ont.,   1885.     He  died  in  Ottawa,   1902,  leaving  issue: 

1.  William    Hamilton,    born    1861,    of    Montreal;     died,    unmarried. 


2.  Archibald  Chetwode    (as   above). 

3.  Francis,  born   1867;   died,  unmarried,    1898. 

4.  Henrietta,  born  1871;   married,   1900,  Rev.  F.  W.  Ritchie,  B.  A., 

Ottawa,  who  died   1907.     Issue:  Two  sons  and  a  daughter. 

5.  Georgiana,   born    1873. 

6.  Laura  Tighe,  born   1875. 

7.  Zoe  Chetwode,  born   1877. 

Scbui?ier«»XtQbtbaa  of  flDontreai. 

ton, Ont..  Dec.  27.  1857;  B.  A..  McGill.  1879;  B.  C.  L.. 
1881  ;  M.  A..  1885;  K.  C.  1896;  F.  R.  S.  C.  F.  R.  S.  L.;  advo- 
cate. A  noted  authority  on  Canadian  history,  an  author  of  several 
books;  ex-Mayor  of  Westmount.  Adopted  into  the  Iroquois  tribe  by 
the  name  of  Ticonderoga.  (For  full  biography,  see  "Canadian  Men 
and  Women  of  the  Time,"  "Who's  Who."  etc.) 

Married,  Oct.  1 .  1 890.  Cybel  Charlotte,  daughter  of  John  Aston 
Wilkes,  manufacturer,  of  Montreal  (eldest  son  of  the  Rev.  Henry 
Wilkes,  D.  D.)  and  his  wnfe,  Alice  (daughter  of  Major  James  Sabine 
of  "Highbury."  Brockville,  Ont. — a  cousin  of  Lieut.-Gen.  Sir  Edward 
Sabine,  and  of  Lieut.-Gen.  Charles  Sabine).     Issue: 

1 .  Alice  Margaret  Schuyler. 

2.  Cybel  Katherine  Schuyler. 

3.  William  Wilkes  Schuyler. 



Societies:  Fellow  of  the  Royal  Society  of  Canada;  Fellow  of  the 
Royal  Society  of  Literature;  President  Antiquarian  and  Nu- 
mismatic Society  of  Montreal,  etc. 

Clubs:  Montreal,  Canadian,  Canada,  University,  Arts,  Country,  etc. 
(Montreal)  ;  Royal  Societies  of  London,  England. 

Residences:  "Chateauclair,"  Westmount,  Montreal;  and  "High- 
bury," Lac  Tremblant,  Quebec. 


Abraham  Lighthall  of  Lancashire,  England,  descended  from  the  old  Lancashire 
family  of  Lylhalls,  was  a  cornel  of  horse.  As  a  young  man,  he  came  to 
America,  settling  in  Schenectady,  New  York,  shortly  before  1700.  He 
married  Anna  Van  den  Bogert  (a  granddaughter  of  the  physician  who 
saved  the  life  of  Pere  Jogues  when  he  was  first  tortured  by  the  Mohawks). 
Their  son 

Nicholas    Lighthall    of    Schenectady    married    Margaret    Idich.      Their   son 

Lancaster   Lighthall,   married   Hester   Kittle.      Their  son 

Douw  Kittle  Lighthall  (1 790-1857),  born  Schenectady,  died  Huntington,  Quebec. 
Registrar  of  Beauharnois,  Quebec.  He  married  Agnes,  daughter  of  Major 
Henry  Ten  Eyck  Schuyler  of  Troy  (see  note).     Their  son 

William  Francis  Schuyler-Lighthall,  born  Troy,  N.  Y.,  1827,  in  the  Schuyler 
Mansion,  is  Dean  of  the  Notarial  profession  (solicitors),  of  Montreal.  (*) 
He  married  Margaret,  daughter  of  Captain  Henry  Wright  (a  son  of  Major 
James  Wright,  of   the   family  of  the  chief  of  the  Clan   Mclntyre;    he  com- 



manded  the  local  miliria  company  at  the  battle  of  Chateauguay  in  the  War 
of  1812.)     Their  son  is 

William   Douw  Schuyler-Lighthall    (as  above). 

Note:  Major  Schuyler  was  a  son  of  Col.  Stephen  Schuyler,  brother  and  executor 
of  the  noted  American  Revolutionary  officer,  Maj.  Gen.  Philip  John  Schuy- 
ler (1733-1804).  Major  Schuyler  married  Sarah  Visscher — a  descendant 
of  the  Utrecht  family  of  that  name — who  was  niece  tmd  co-heiress  of  Lieut.- 
Gen.  Garrett  Fisher  (see  Johns*  "Naval  and  Military  Heroes  of  Great 
Britain"),  who  died  in  Manchester  Square,  London,  1808.  Sarah  Visscher 
later  became  Seigneuresse  of  LacoUe.  She  wew  a  first  cousin  of  President 
Van  Buren. 

Ana*:  (Due  to  an  inheritance,  the  Schuyler-Lighthall  family  assumed  the  Schuy- 
ler arms,  quartering  the  arms  of  Gen.  Garret  Fisher  [Visscher]).  Quarterly: 
1st  and  4lh,  vert,  issuing  from  a  cloud  ppr.  a  cubit  arm  in  fesse  vested 
azure  holding  on  the  hand  a  falcon  close  all  proper  (for  Schuyler) ;  2nd 
and  3rd,  vert,  three  herrings  in  pale  argent  crowned  or  (for  Visscher). 

Crest:     A  herring  hauriant  argent  within  a  vol  vert. 

Motto :     "Forward." 

"Iberlot  of  flDontrcal 

T  OHN  CHARLES  ALISON  HERIOT.  born  GeorgeviUe.  Que.. 

I  Dec.  3,  1861  ;  Architect  by  profession;  member  of  firm  of  Mac- 
Vicar  and  Heriot,  architects  of  Montreal;  holds  special  certificate  in 
architecture,    Cornell    University;    Captain,    Retired    List,    Canadian 



Militia;  Member  of  the  Antiquarian  and  Numismatic  Society,  and  of 

the  Art  Association  of  Montreal.     Unmarried. 

Clubs:     Arts  Club  of  Montreal;  The  Hermitage  Country  Club  (Lake 

Memphremagog,  Quebec). 
Residence:      104  Union  Ave.,  Montreal. 


"According  to  Longmuir's  edition  of  Jamieton's  Scottish  dictionarj,  the 
word  'heriot'  is  derived  from  the  Anglo-Seixon,  and  signified  the  tribute  given 
to  the  lord  of  the  manor  for  his  better  preparation  for  war;  but  came  at  length 
to  denote  the  best  beast,  of  whatever  kind,  which  a  tenant  died  possessed  of,  due  to 
his  superior  after  death.  Professor  Innes,  in  his  work  entitled,  'G)ncerning  Some 
Scottish  Surnaunes,*  classes  the  surname  'Heriot'  among  those  derived  from  places 
or  lands.  There  is  a  parish  and  a  river  in  it,  both  of  the  name  of  'Heriot,'  about 
twenty  miles  southeast  of  Edinburgh;  also  a  small  stream  of  the  name  in  the  parish 
of  G>ckburnspath,  Berwickshire.  The  first  notice  believed  to  have  been  yet  found 
of  the  name  used  as  a  surname  is  that  of  'Willelmo  de  Heryt,'  who  was  witneM  to 
a  charter  granted  by  King  William  the  Lyon,  prior  to  1214." 

The  Scottish  historian,  George  Buchanan  (1506-82),  whose  mother  was 
Agnes  Heriot,  a  daughter  of  the  house  of  Trabroun,  says  that  William  Heriot  and 
another  aided  in  the  escape  of  Robert,  High  Steward  of  Scotland,  from  Rolhesay, 
whither  he  had  fled  from  the  English,  after  the  battle  of  Halidon  Hill  (1333) 
The  escape  of  the  Steward,  afterward  Robert  II„  proved  to  be  one  of  the  most 
important  events  in  Scottish  history. 

By  a  charter  from  Archibald,  Earl  of  Douglas,  in  1423,  confirmed  by 
James  I.  of  Scotland,  the  lands  of  Trabroun,  some  400  acres  in  East  Lothain, 
were  granted,  for  military  service,  to  John  Heriot,  who  is  described  2is  "squire  and 
son  to  his  confederate,  James  Heriot  of  Niddry  Marischal. "  The  estates  were 
held  in  the  family  until  the  death  of  the  last  direct  male  heir  in   1620. 

At  the  marriage  of  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  James  Heriot,  of  Trabroun,  to 
Sir  Thomas  Hamilton,  of  Priestfield  (their  son  became  ist  Earl  of  Haddington), 
was  a  witness, 

George  Heriot,   a  cadet  of   Trebroun;    he  was  a   tenant   farmer   in   Longniddrie   in 

1549;   he  died  (circ.)    1570.     His  son  was 
George  Heriot   (died   1625),  tenant  of  Longniddrie.     His  son  was 
Robert  Heriot  (died  after  1667),  tenant  of  Longniddrie.     His  second  son  was 
George  Heriot   (1636-1698),  born   Longniddrie;    tenant  of  Castlemains,   Direleton; 

Chamberlain  to  Sir  John  Nisbet  of  Direleton;   he  married  Ferguson. 

His  eldest  son 
John  Heriot  (1664-1725);  tenant  of  Castlemains,  about  1,200  acres;  married  Jane 
Sinclair.  Issue:  1.  George  (below).  2.  Robert  (died  young).  3.  John 
(1698-1774)  d.  s.  p.  4.  James  (died  1762);  tenant  of  Castlemains;  mar- 
ried Janet  Horsburgh,  their  two  sons,  Robert  and  William,  settled  in  South 
Carolina  in  1759  and  1768  respectively,  leaving  descendants.  Robert  served 
on  Washington's  staff  during  the  Revolutionary  War. 
George  Heriot  (1688-1753),  Sheriff  Clerk  for  the  County  of  East  Lothian;  mar- 
ried Mary  Tannoch.  Issue:  1.  John  (below).  2.  Jean,  bom  1736.  3. 
Mary   (1738-70).     4.  Janet,  bom   1740.     5.  George,  born    1741;    settled  in 



South    Carolina    1761,    leaving    issue.      6.    Margaret    (1743-70).      7,    Janet, 
born    1748.     8.  William,  born   1751, 
John  Heriot,  born  Haddington,  Scotland,    1734;   Sheriff  Clerk  for  County  of   East 
Lothian;   married  his  cousin,  Marjory   (see  note),  daughter  of  John   Heriot, 
tenant  of  Ladykirk  and  Shiels,  Berwickshire,  Scotland.     Issue: 

1.  John    (below). 

2.  George     (1766-1844);     Deputy    Postmaster    General    of    Canad:., 

1799-1816;  author  of  "Heriot's  Travels  Through  the  Can- 
adas,"  "History  of  Canada,"  "Travels  in  Spain  and  South  of 
France;"  one  of  the  earliest  Canadian  artists  in  both  oil  and 
water   colour.      He   died   without   issue. 

3.  Roger   (1769-1849)   married  Catherine   Booth;    settled  in  Charles- 

ton,  S.   C. ;    left  descendants. 

4.  Sophia  married   Melmouth   Guy,   of   Kenton   Hall,    Devon.      Their 

only  son  was  Lt.-Gen.  Sir  Philip  Melmouth  Nelson  Guy, 
K.  C.   B.,  an  officer  of  long  and  distinguished  service. 

John  Heriot  (1760-1833),  born  Haddington;  married  Mary  Alison  Sheriff,  an 
Edinburgh  family  (her  brother,  Charles,  though  deaf  and  dumb,  was  an 
eminent  portrait  painter,  principally  of  miniatures)  ;  Lieutenant  of  Marines, 
1778;  wounded  in  Admiral  Rodney's  action  with  the  French  fleet  in  the 
West  Indies,  1780;  placed  on  half  pay,  1783.  He  founded  the  "London 
Sun,"  1791;  and  "The  True  Briton"  in  1792,  to  support  the  policy  of 
William  Pitt,  the  younger;  was  appointed  Deputy  Paymaster  General  to 
the  forces  in  the  Windward  Islands,  1 810;  and  Comptroller  of  Chelsea 
Hospital,  1816,  where  he  died;  author  of  several  works.  Issue:  1.  Amelia, 
died  at   Brighton,   England,    1858.     2.   Jane.     3.   John   Charles    (below). 

John  Charles  Heriot  (ci'rc.  1795-1825),  born  London,  Eng. ;  Lieutenant  in  the 
Hon.  Eiut  India  Company's  Service;  he  married  in  India,  where  he  and 
his  wife  died  about  the  same  time,  leaving  two  children,  who  were  sent  to 
England;  the  elder,  Sophia  (1818-25),  sailed  with  her  nurse;  they  perished 
in  the  wreck  of  the  vessel — all  records  of  the  marriage  being  lost;  the 
younger  child 

John  Charles  Heriot,  Jr.  (1819-91),  born  in  the  Presidency  of  Madras,  India;  he 
owed  his  life  to  the  fact  that  he  was  kidnapped  by  natives  for  a  ransom,  on 
the  eve  of  the  sailing  of  the  ill-fated  vessel;  he  was  found  shortly  after 
and  sent  home  by  another  ship.  Gentleman;  came  to  Canada  1848;  re- 
sided at  Georgeville,  Quebec,  and  at  the  "Hermitage,"  Lake  Memphre- 
magog.  He  married  Maria  Ann,  daughter  of  Moise  Cass  (a  relative  of  the 
American  General,  Lewis  Cass,  once  candidate  for  the  Presidency  of  the 
United  States),  a  U.  E.  L.  of  Hawkesbury,  Ont.     Issue: 

1.  John    Charles    Alison    (as    above). 

2.  Frederick    George,    born    Nov.    29,    1862;    formerly    of    the    Bank 

of   Montreal,  Ottawa,  retired. 

3.  Ralph  Boteler  Johnson  (1865-1906)  of  Georgeville. 

MAJ.    GEN.   THE   HON.   FREDERICK    GEORGE    HERIOT,    C.    B. 

Note:  Marjory  Heriot's  youngest  brother,  Roger  Heriot,  was  Surgeon  of  the  13th 
Foot  and  afterward  Surgeon  to  the  forces  in  the  Island  of  Jersey.  He  mar- 
ried Anne,  daughter  of  Major  Walter  Nugent,  of  the  75th  Reg.  His  son, 
Frederick  George  Heriot  (1786-1843),  was  born  in  Jersey;  appointed  Elnsign 



49th  Foot.  1801;  Captain.  1806;  Lt.-Col..  1813;  Colonel.  1830;  Maj.-Gen- 
eral.  1841.  He  was  transferred  to  the  newly -orgeuiized  Canadian  Voltigeurs, 
a  detachment  of  which  he  commanded  at  the  attack  on  Sackett's  Harbor,  at 
Fort  George,  in  1813,  and  at  the  battle  of  Chrysler's  Farm;  at  the  battle 
of  Plattsburg  he  commanded  a  brigade  composed  of  the  Voltigeurs  and  a 
corps  of  light  infantry;  for  his  services  in  that  war  he  was  made  C.  B,  He 
was  a  member  of  the  Provincial  Parliament  of  Quebec;  also  of  the  Execu- 
tive Council;  Provincial  Aide-de-Ceunp  to  the  Governors-General.  He 
founded   Drummondvillc,   Que.,   where   he   died   without   issue. 

A  niece  of  Mrs.  John  Heriot,  nee  Mary  Alison  Sheriff,  married  Colonel 
Mackoncchie  of  the  East  India  Co.'s  service.  His  third  son  was  the  Rev. 
Alexander  Heriot  Mackonochie,  who  for  many  years  was  Rector  of 
St.  Albans,   Holborn,  London. 

George  Heriot,  the  banker-jeweller  of  James  l.'s  reign,  the  founder  of 
Heriot's  Hospital,  Edinburgh,  and  the  prototype  of  the  character  of  that 
ntune  in  Sir  Walter  Scott's  "Fortunes  of  Nigel,"  was  also  a  descendant  of 
the  Heriots  of  Trabroun. 

Arms:  (as  on  the  tomb  of  George  Heriot,  who  died  1698,  matriculated  by  J.  C.  A. 
Heriot,  1905)  Argent,  on  a  fesse  azure  three  cinquefoils  of  the  &rst, 
within  a  bordure  indented  of  the  second. 

Crest:   A  dexter  hand  couped  at  the  wrist  holding  a  wreath  of  laurel  all  proper. 

Motto:   "Fortem  posce  animum.  "      (Design  by  Graham  Johnston,  Lyon  Court.) 

Durnfor^  of  Bcvoneblre 

GEORGE  DURNFORD,  bom  Toronto.  1838;  J.  P.;  President 
of  the  firm  of  G.  Durnford  &  Co.,  chartered  accountants;  was 
manager  of  the  Bank  of  British  North  America  at  Kingston,  Ont. 
(1874-80);  President  U.  E.  L.  Society  (1899-1904);  Secty.-Treas. 
C.  S.  p.  C.  A. ;  Hon.  Treas.  Numismatic  and  Antiquarian  Soc. ; 
Governor  of  the  Homeopathic  Hospital.    (*) 

Married   Melanie,   daughter   of  George   Tarbutt   Vardon,   Asst. 
Supt.  of  Indian  Affairs.     Issue: 

1.  Augusta  Mary,  born  May  12,  1866;  married 
June  16,  1886,  to  Donald  Ross-Ross  of  Montreal. 
Their  eldest  son,  T.  E.  Vardon  Ross-Ross,  is  now 
manager  of  G.  Durnford  &  Co. 

2.  Evelyn  St.  Lo,  married,  1895,  to  Andrew  Guy  Ross 
of  Montreal. 

3.  Muriel  Gwendoline,  married,  1898,  to  Pemberton 
Smith  (q.  v.)  of  Montreal. 

4.  Esther  Gabrielle,  married  to  J.  Shirley  Going  of 
Pixley,  Cal. 

Clubs:      Mount  Royal  Club   (Montreal);  Junior  Conservative   (Lon- 
don, Eng.).     The  Hermitage  (Lake  Memphremagog) . 
Residence:      "The  Sherbrooke,"  660  Sherbrooke  St.,  W.,  Montreal. 



"Magna  Britannica"  states  that  the  name  Durnford,  which  was  anciently 
spelled  "de  Derneford,"  derives  its  name  from  a  village  in  Normandy;  that  the 
family  received  for  its  services  at  the  battle  of  Hastings,  grants  of  land  in  Devon 
and  Cornwall,  including  Rame  Head,  acquired  by  marriage  with  the  daughter  of 
Rame  of  Rame.  The  branch  described  below  has  for  centuries  borne  the  ram's 
head  for  arms.  According  to  tradition  the  family  came  over  with  William  the 
Conqueror.  There  are  lands  in  North  Cadbury,  Somersetshire,  still  called  "Durn- 
ford's  Grounds."  The  parish  registers  of  North  Cadbury  shew  that  toward  the 
end  of  the  16th  century  one  of  the  church  wardens  was  William  Durnford.  It  it 
likely  that  he  was  a  descendant  of  that  William  Durnford  who  died  about  the 
middle  of  the  13th  century,  possessed  of  various  manors  in  Somersetshire.     His  ton 

John  Durnford  (born  1590),  was  a  church  warden  of  North  Cadbury.    His  son  was 

John  Durnford  (born  1629),  of  North  Cadbury.  Tlie  family  were  Royalists,  and 
retired   to   Bristol   during   the   Civil   War.     His  son 

Andrew  Durnford  (died  1690),  at  Andover,  Hants,  where,  in  1683,  he  married 
(secondly)   Mary  Chator.     Their  son 

Thomas  Durnford  (born  1684).  at  Andover,  married  Mary  (daughter  of  Elias 
Lane,  of  Christchurch,  who  died  aged    110).     Their  son 

Elias  Durnford  (1720-74),  born  Ringwood,  Hants;  Treasurer  of  the  Ordnance, 
Tower  of  London;  married  Martha  Gimnaway.  His  monument  is  on  pave- 
ment of  north  aisle,  St.  Leonard's  Church,  Streatham.     His  son 



Elias  Durnford  (1739-94),  born  Ringwood.  died  Tobago.  B.  W.  I.;  Lt.-Col. 
Royal  Artillery;  Lt.-Gov.  West  Florida;  Surveyor  General;  married  Re- 
becca Walker  of  Suffolk   (see  note).     Their  son. 

Elias  Walker  Durnford  (1774-1850).  born  Lowestaft.  Suffolk;  U-Gen.  and 
Colonel  commandant  Royal  Engineers.  Built  the  fortifications  of  Quebec; 
married  Jane  Sophia  Mann,  a  descendant  of  Thomas  Chiffinch.  a  page  to 
Charles  II.     His  son 

Philip  Durnford  (1804-81),  born  at  Dungannon  Fort.  Captain,  H.  M.  S.  68th 
Regiment;  later  Collector,  Inland  Revenue,  Montreal.  Married  Augusta, 
daughter  of  Stephen  Sevifell,  K.  C. ;  Solicitor  General  for  Lower  Canada, 
a  U.  E.  Loyalist  from  Boston,  Mass.     Issue: 

1.  George   (as  above). 

2.  Edward  Comyns,   born    1844.   unmarried. 

3.  Sophia    Mann,    unmarried. 

4.  Maria  Georgiana.  unmarried. 

5.  Augustus    Decimus    (1849-1912).    born    Montreal.      Superintendent 

of  Branches  and  Chief  Inspector  Molson's  Bank,  Montreal. 
Married  Mary  Oneida,  sixth  daughter  of  the  late  Sir  Alex- 
ander Tilloch  Gait.  G.  C.  M.  G.     Issue: 

1.  Philip   Elias.   born    Montreal,    1896. 

2.  Alexander   Tilloch   Gait. 

3.  Elliott. 

Note:  Elias  Durnford  (1739-94)  had  a  younger  brother.  Andrew  Durnford. 
Colonel  of  the  Royal  Engineers;  Lt.-Gov.  of  Bermuda,  who  was  the  ancestor 
of  the  late  Col.  Arthur  George  Durnford,  R.  E.,  whose  son  now  represents 
the  fifth  successive  generation  of  the  family  in  the  Royal  Engineers.  Col. 
Anthony  W.  Durnford.  who  perished  with  his  command  at  Isandula  (1879), 
was  an  elder  brother  of  Col.  Arthur  George  Durnford. 

Arms:  Sable,   a   ram's  head  cabossed   argent,   attired  or. 

Crest:   An   arm  in  armour  embowed  brandishing  a  scimitar. 

IPemberton  Smltb  of  flDontrcal 

P  EMBERTON  SMITH,  born  Leeds.  Que..  Sept.  24.  1869. 
Educated  at  Bishop's  College  School.  Lennoxville,  Que.  In- 
surance Broker;  connected  with  the  Guardian  Assurance  Co.  of  Lon- 
don, since  1 890.  Member  of  the  following  societies :  Historic  Land- 
marks' Assn.  (president)  ;  Antiquarian  and  Numismatic  Society  (cor- 
responding secretary);  Montreal  Board  of  Trade;  Montreal  Citizens' 
Assn.,  National  Fire  Protection  Assn.;  Montreal  Art  Assn.;  West- 
mount  Municipal  Assn.  (See  also  "Armorial  Families" — ^A.  C. 
Fox-Davies. ) 

Married.  June  4,  1898,  at  Montreal,  Muriel  Gwendoline, 
daughter  of  George  Durnford,  Esq.  (q.  v.)  and  Melanie  (Vardon) 
Durnford.     Issue : 

1.  Elizabeth   Melanie   Pemberton.   born    1899. 

2.  George  Pemberton,  born   1900. 

3.  Frederica  Augusta  Pemberton,  born  1902. 



4.  Helena  Charlotte  Durnford  Pemberton,  born   1909 
(died  young). 

5.  Philip  Durnford  Pemberton,  born   1912. 

Clubs:      Hermitage  Club,  Montreal  Club,  Canadian  Club  (Montreal). 
Residence:      42  Windsor  Ave.,  Westmount,  Montreal. 


Henry  Smith,  Comptroller  of  Customs  for  Sligo,  Ireland,  died  at  Dublin, 
prior  to  1816;  he  married  Jane  (daughter  of  John  Johnston  of  Friarstown)  ;  he  was 
a  descendant  of  William  Smyth  of  Rossdale  Abbey,  Co.  York,  and  his  wife,  Mary, 
daughter  of  John  Dowdall  of  Glaspistell  by  Ann,  daughter  of  Sir  Thomas  Cusack, 
Kt.,  Lord  Chancellor  of  Ireland,  Temp.  Edward  VI.  (Burke).  William  Smyth, 
who  was  a  Colonel  in  the  army  of  James  I.,  later  settled  at  Dundrum,  Co.  Down, 
1630,  and  founded  the  families  of  Smyth  of  Dundrum,  Gaybrook  and  Drumcree. 
Henry  Smith's  son 

James  Smith  (1780-1849),  F.  R.  C.  S.  I.;  J.  P.;  Surgeon  to  the  Queen's  County 
Militia;  married,  1811,  Maria,  daughter  of  Joseph  Pemberton,  Lord  Mayor 
of  Dublin;   he  died  at    'New  Park,  "  Mountrath,  Ireland.     Issue: 

1.  Anna    Maria,   born    1816;    married   Rev,    John    Hancock   Scott    of 


2.  Henry  Joseph    (1818-85),  married,    1841,   Maria  Louisa,   daughter 

of  Captain  Theodore  Norton   of  Wainsford. 

3.  Charlotte   Jane,   born    1820. 

4.  Georgiana    Hester,    born    1822;    married    the    Very    Rev.    Thomas 

Le   Ban   Kennedy  of   Kilmore   Rectory. 

5.  Louisa   Margaret,   born    1823. 

6.  Frederick  Augustus   (as  follows) : 



The  Rev.  Frederick  Augustus  Smith  (1826-1902).  in  Holy  Orders, 
Church  of  England,  New  Liverpool,  Que.;  born  at  "Nev/ 
Park;"  Missionary  to  Canada  under  the  Society  for  the 
Propagation  of  the  Gospel;  married,  1859,  Elizabeth,  daughter 
of  Meredith  Ogden,  Esq.,  of  Montreal;   died  Montreal.   Issue 

1.  Meredith  Ogden    (Rev.),      M.   A..   B.   D.,   born    1867 

married  Caroline   Brooks  Greene  of  Sheldon,  Vl. 
has   issue:    Frederick    Augustus,    born    1906. 

2.  Pemberton    (as  above). 

3.  Annie  Louisa,  born    1871. 

4.  Charlotte   Gertrude,   born    1873. 

5.  Catherine  Hammond,  born   1875. 

Arms:   Argent,  on  a  bend  azure,  between  two  unicorns"  heads  couped  of  the  second 
armed  and  collared  or,  five   fusils  conjoined  of   the  last. 

Crest:   Out   of   an   Eastern   crown   or,   a  unicorn's  head   armed   crined   and   collared 

of  the  first. 
Motto:   "Exaltabit  honore."      Mantle:   Gules  and  argent. 

Sparks  of  ©itawa 

ROBERT  SPARKS  (deceased),  born  Aug.  20.  1837;  Civil  Engi- 
neer, and  Provincial  Land  Surveyor;  he  was  a  well-known  cross- 
country rider  and  a  noted  athlete.  (On  June  18,  1873,  he  walked 
from  Arnprior  to  Ottawa,  a  distance  of  40  miles,  over  bad  roads,  in 
8  hours  and  1  7  minutes,  defeating  Mr.  F.  Pace,  a  noted  English  pro- 



fessional.)  He  was  drowned  with  his  brother,  Frederick,  in  the 
wreck  of  the  "Asia"  on  Lake  Superior,  Sept.  I  4,  1  882.  He  married, 
Ottawa,  July  12,  1876,  Wilhelmina,  daughter  of  Roderick  Stewart 
of  Appin  [see  Stewart  of  Ottawa]  and  his  wife,  Wilhelmina  Ross. 

1.  Robert  Russell,   born  April  27,    1878,   unmarried, 

2.  Roderick  Percy,  born  March  7,   1880,  of  Ottawa, 
married  Reba  Fraser.      Issue:   Roderick  Fraser. 

3.   Edith,  married  Francis  Leonard  Vaux   [see  Vaux, 
Brockville].     Issue:  Edith  Patricia  Wellesley. 


The  family  of  Sparks  Hm  long  been  settled  in  the  Counties  of  Essex  and 
Devon,  England.  The  founder  of  the  Irish  branch  was  Nicholas  Sparks,  an  officer 
in  the  army  under  the  Duke  of  Marlborough  (1 650- 1 722).  In  return  for  his 
services  he  received,  about  1720,  a  grant  of  land  in  the  parish  Darragh,  Co.  Wex- 
ford, in  perpetuity,  for  a  nominal  rental.  His  descendant 
Samuel    Sparks    (whose    younger    brother,    Nicholas,    was    grandfather    of    Nicholas 

Sparks  of  By  town,  U.  C),  had  a  son 
Abraham  Sparks  (1776-1856),  born  and  died  in  Darragh;  at  the  age  of  twenty- 
two  he  was  a  Captain  in  the  Yoemanry  under  Colonel  Boulton  in  the  Irish 
insurrection  of  1798.  He  married  the  widow  of  William  West,  an  En- 
glish officer  domiciled  near  the  Sparks  estate,  who  was  killed  in  the  same 
insurrection.  His  four  sons  came  to  Canada  in  1825,  settling  on  the  east 
bank  of  the  Rideau  River — now  part  of  the  City  of  Ottawa.  They  were: 
I.  George  (below).  2.  Abraham  (his  two  sons  lived  in  Nepean).  3.  Robert. 
4.  Frederick. 
George  Sparks  (1801-67),  bom  Oct.  31,  parish  of  Darragh,  died  Nov.  6,  Co. 
Russell;  became  wealthy  as  a  contractor.  He  married,  1822,  Sarah  (Colley) 
Walsh  of  Darragh    (1805-87).     Issue: 

1.  Abraham    (1823-1903)    of   Co.    Russell,    married    Miss    Purdy    of 

that  county. 

2.  Jonathan    (1831-92)   of  Co.  Russell,  unmarried. 

3.  George    (born    1833),  living  at  Vars,   Co.   Russell,   married,   Rich- 

mond, Ont.,  Matilda  Good;  has  issue:  Thomas  of  Vars  (mar- 
ried Emma  Ralph,  and  has  issue:  John),  Robert,  William  (in 
Holy  Orders,  Toronto),  Ejnily,  Albert,  Ernest  (deceased), 
Russell,  Theodore,  and  Frank,  living  in  Co.  Carleton. 

4.  Robert   (as  above). 

5.  Nicholas  (23  Feb.,   1844-1912),  unmarried,  of  Ottawa. 

6.  Frederick   (17  March,   1846-82),  unmarried,  of  Ottawa,   drowTied. 

7.  Samuel    (born   May,    1848),   of   Co.   Russell,   married   Maud   Gil- 

Esther  married  Charles  Wolff  of  Ottawa. 
Sarah  married  Josiah  Burrows  of  Ottawa. 
Mary  Ann  married  William  Ogilvie,  astronomer  of  Ottawa. 
Arms:  Chequy  or  and  vert,  a  bend  ermine. 

Crest:  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  or,  a  demi-panther  rampant  guardant  argent  spotted 
with  various  colours,  fire  issuing  from  ears  and  mouth  proper. 



3 C 



Dominion  ot  Cana5a 

Anns:  Quarterly  of  the  arms  of  the  first  four  provinces  to  enter  Confeder- 
ation, viz.,  1 .  Ontario;  2.  Quebec;  3.  Nova  Scotia;  4.  New  Bruns- 

No  crest,  motto,  nor  supporters. 

province  of  ©ntarto 

Arms:      Vert,  a  sprig  of  three  leaves  of  maple  slipped  or,  on  a  chief  argent 

the  cross  of  St.  George. 
Crest:     A  bear  passant  sable. 

Supporters:     Dexter  a  moose,  sinister  a  Canadian  deer,  all  proper. 
Motto:     "Ut  incepit  (idelis  sic  permanet." 

Iproplnce  ot  Quebec 

Anns :  Or  on  a  fesse  gules,  between  two  fleur-de-lis  in  chief  azure,  and 
a  sprig  of  three  leaves  of  maple  slipped  vert  in  base,  a  lion  passant 
guardant  or. 

Iprovtnce  of  IRova  Scotia 

Arms :     Or,  on  a  fesse  wavy  azure  between  three  thistles  proper,  a  salmon 
naiant  argent. 

(Province  ot  mew  Brunswtcb 

Arms :     Or  on  waves  a  lymphad  with  oars  in  action  proper,  on  a  chief  gules 
a  lion  passant  guardant  or. 

province  ot  /IDanttoba 

Arms:     Vert  on  a  rock  a  butfalo  statant  proper,  on  a  chief  argent  the  cross 

of  St.  George. 

province  ot  Britisb  Colnmbia 

Arms:  Argent  three  bars  wavy  azure,  issuant  from  the  base  a  demi-sun  in 
splendour  proper,  on  a  chief  the  Union  device  charged  in  the  centre 
point  with  an  antique  crown  or.  (The  foregoing  is  by  royal  warrant,  the 
following  were  added  by  Order  in  Council  dated  25th  May,  191  1, 
for  use  in  the  Great  Seal  of  the  province.) 

Crest :  Upon  an  imperial  crown  proper  a  lion  statant  guardant  imperially 
crowned  all  or. 

Supporters:  Dexter  a  Wapiti  stag  proper,  sinister  a  ram  of  the  ovis  Mon- 
tana proper. 

Motto:     "Splendor  sine  occasu." 

IProvince  ot  prince  3E^war^  Hslanb 

Arms:  Argent  on  an  island  vert  to  the  sinister  an  oak-tree  fructed,  to  the 
dexter  thereof  three  oak  saplings,  sprouting  all  proper,  on  a  chief  gules 
a  lion  passant  guardant  or. 

Motto:     "Parva  sub  ingenti" 

Iproplnce  ot  HIbecta 

Arms:  Azure  in  front  of  a  range  of  snow  mountains  proper  a  range  of  hills 
vert,  in  base  a  wheatBeld  surmounted  by  a  prairie  both  also  proper, 
on  a  chief  argent  a  St-  George's  cross. 

prox>incc  of  Sashatcbcwan 

Arms:      Vert  three  garbs  in  fesse  or.  on  a  chief  o\  the  last  a  lion  passant 
guardant  gules. 


riDaj.  0en.  Barnes  Molte,  ltiUe^  at  (S^uebec  in  1759 

Arms:  Per  fesse,  argent  and  azure,  in  chief  on  a  mount  vert  in  front  of  an 
oak  tree  proper  a  wolf  passant  of  the  last;  in  base  two  salmon  naiant 
barways  in  pale  of  the  third.     Crest:     A  stork,  wings  elevated  sable. 

Motto:     "Cuilean  Uasal." 


Sicur  Dc  Xepts»  Due  &c  IDentaDour,  Dlcerop  of  Canada 

Arms:      Quarterly:    I,  and  4,  or    three  chevronelles  sable;  2,  and  3, 
chequy  or  and  gules. 


/iDarquts  ^e  IPauDreutl,  Governor  of  Canada,  1 755. 

Arms:     Argeot  a  Hon  rampant  gules. 


XoufB  3o0epb,  /IDarqula  t>c  /IDontcalm.  fftcncb  (Bcncral, 
MIle&,  (Sluebec,  1750. 

Arms:     Quarterly:   I,  and  4,  azure  three  doves  argent;  2,  and  3,  sable  a 

tower  of  the  second. 
Motto:     "Mon  innocence  est  ma  forbesse. 


5can  Baptiste  Xe /iDof  nc,  Sieur  &e  Bfcrtpdlc,  born  at 
/Montreal  in  1680;  tounOe&  IRew  ©rleans,  Xa» 

Arms:  Azure  three  roses  argent,  in  chief  gules  a  crescent  of  the  second 
between  two  mullets  or.  Crest :  A  wild  man  carrying  a  club  over 
his  shoulder. 

Motto:     "Deo  et  regi." 


iRobert  Carelfer,  Sfeur  be  la  Salle,  Mscopcrer  ot 
tbe  ®bto  Mvcv  anO  f  ounber  of  Xoutsiana. 

Anns:  Quarterly:  I,  and  4,  argent  a  bend  azure  between  six  lozenges 
gules;  2.  and  3,  argent  a  chevron  gules  between,  in  chief,  two  garbs 
sable,  and  in  base  a  crescent  azure. 


ptcrrc  6u  6a  0t  &c  Xussault,  Stcur  ^c  /IDonts, 
Xteutenant  ©eneral,  Hca&fa. 

Anns:    Azure  five  bezants. 


Xouls  De  BuaDe,  Comte  t>c  jfrontenac, 
(Bovernor  ot  IRew  ifrance,  1672*98. 

Arms:     Azure  three  griffins  or. 


JJfORTITErXT  ET'"^\rf'DE'-lTER\>-^ 

Xe  Cbepalter  IRenc  &e  Coutlep  (Son  ot  Hlbert  oc  Coutlei? 

ot  IRiom  in  tbe  ipus  De  Dome),  Cbancellor;  Cbict  Justice 

of  IRbetms,  1684.  Hncestor  of  tbe  Coutlec  familp 

of  Bpliner,  p.  (a. 

Arms:      Sable  an  unicorn's  head,  tnaned,  crined,  and  horned  or,  between 

three  fleurs-de-Iys  of  the  last. 
Crest :     Out  of  a  ducal  coronet  with  two  pearls,  an  unicorn's  head,  as  in  the 

arms.    Supporters:     Dexter  a  griffin  gules,  wings,  beak,  and  claws 

or;     Sinister,  a  wolf  per  fesse  or  and  gules. 
Motto:     "Fortiter  et  fideliter." 


Hntoine  De  la  /iDotbe  CaDillac,  founDe^  Detrott,  1701. 

Arms:  Quarterly:  1,  Azure,  a  lion  rampant  or;  2,  barry  of  six,  argent 
and  gules;  3,  azure,  a  pale  of;  4,  argent,  a  tree  proper  within  a 
bordure  gules. 


5obn  Cabot  anb  bfs  son  Sebastian,  biscovcrcrs. 

Arms :     Azure,  three  chabots  proper. 


/IDarquts  &u  (Siucsne,  Oovernor  of  (rana&a,  1752. 

Arms :     Argent  a  lion  rampant  sable  armed  and  langued  gules. 
Crest :     A   lion  issuant,  as  in  the  arms. 












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